Menstrual silence, shame, ignorance and awkwardness are not only counter to women’s fundamental health and wellbeing, but also to the realisation of their full human rights—to be able to avail themselves of the opportunities and resources in life, to live without discrimination; and to be able to participate fully and freely as citizens and consumers in their communities, workplaces and society at large.
Karen Pickering and Jane Bennett, About Bloody Time
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so that in this lifetime we will be: