Menstruation taboos define woman only by her biology. We need to get rid of them.
For millennia, theorists saw menstruation as a pathology to be explained
With India’s menstrual waste estimated at 1,13,000 tonnes annually, many NGOs and groups are working around the problem of waste and the health consequences of disposable pads.
From Baul songs to Lavani, to old rites of passage, red is positive and life-affirming
If you can.... for the rest, it’s still a debate among women
What it is, where to find it, why it’s important, and how to make your own
Trolls, priests, algorhithms, all conditioned to impose a quietus, yield before a graphic language of resistance
Artists are working towards normalisation of menstruation
We at Outlook have decided to settle for something more substantive from now on to encapsulate the 12 months by settling for an Issue of the Year. For 2018, Menstruation is the Issue of the Year.
Period pollution is a myth. What it does in biology is cleansing, a monthly exorcism of pathogens. And by all means, make love.
The physical taboo at Sabarimala, the verbal one in court
Menstrual disorders may be more, not less, prevalent in developed countries
More and more of Kamathipura, Mumbai’s oldest red-light area, has been on sale for big realty fish