Lifting taboo on menstruation


THE issue of period poverty, which is defined as inability of a menstruating person to access sanitary products due mainly to financial constraints, has been receiving some attention in the Malaysian media of late.

Reports on women and girls who do not have enough resources to purchase sanitary pads are still surprising to some people even though there have been efforts by individuals and groups to create awareness about the issue.

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