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Myth: Sanitary pads need to be concealed

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Have you ever gone to a chemist to buy sanitary pads? Have you wondered why the chemist usually wraps it in newspaper and then puts it into a black bag? 

Have you ever had to hide a sanitary pad in between things at home or at work? What about at school? 

Were you ever told to hide it or not talk about sanitary pads? 

In this day and age, we have so many options to choose from, ranging from sanitary pads all the way to discs and cups. In fact, there are several sanitary pad options available as well – from cotton to cloth, standard to customizable, fragrant to rash-free. 

We’ve understood the importance of sanitary pads and on most days, we are thankful for it, yet we’re still taught to conceal it. Let’s bust that myth right now!

debunking myths for sanitary pads

If you are uncomfortable with carrying sanitary pads unconcealed, then it’s your right to decide to hide it away. But, for someone else to decide that for you is not acceptable. 

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Krishnapriya J
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Krishnapriya is an Economics and EVS freshman at Krea University. She enjoys philosophy, arguments and dogs (actually, anything that has 8> legs). She is fascinated with developmental economics and consumer psychology and hopes to pursue this field in the future. She is the mother of 18 plants, 80 books and one fussy dog and lives an almost zero-waste life.
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