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How and why did periods become so taboo?

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What our doctors say

Taboos, or stigmas, are mindsets that make someone think that something should not be talked about openly (whether in public or even to your best friend) because the topic is related to shame or something to be hidden. There is still some debate about when menstrual taboo first started, but there are various moments in history that point towards menstruation as 'dirty', 'impure' or something to 'be feared'.

It is up to us to break this stigma! Start by educating yourself so that you feel comfortable and informed about the topic. Open up the conversation casually with people you feel comfortable with. Don't shy away from the 'gross' parts, keep learning, and keep encouraging those around you to learn :)

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