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Today I am going to talk about the topic where a person is restricted to speak. Yes, you got it right. The crimson wave or menstrual flow is what you call it. There are a lot of superstitions about periods all over the world and our country comes first. I don't understand the problem of our society, we only believe in impractical things. Some people say that when you're on your period, you can't go to the kitchen or cook for others. Some say that you cannot enter the place of worship and some also say that if you wash your hair your flow will decrease or it will affect your fertility later in your life. Is it practical? No, we still believe.
In fact, we are limited to talking about these subjects. When a teacher teaches this topic, he/she will either skip or will ask you to study the topic in your home. But why? If it is in our curriculum it means we need to understand it practically. Why are we making it 'taboo'? Why do we all feel restricted to talk? Children should be given proper knowledge so that misunderstandings and misconception do not come. As a bio student I understand things practically but many people don't. We often see menstruation as impure blood but it is not so. It is a sign of a girl's purity or it is a sign of women's power which enables her to carry a life within herself. As a man, we should never make fun of a girl for having a red mark on her skirt, rather we can't ask her if she requires any help. We should respect our nature and science and should try to see the things practically.