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Menstruation symbolizes power of womanhood: Morang

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  9 March 2016 12:00 AM GMT

GUWAHATI, March 8: Indian Skills Academy celebrated Intertiol Women’s day in its campus today. The slogan of celebrating womanhood, this time was ‘HAPPY TO BLEED’.

The programme was iugurated by eminent model, actress, writer, poetess and winner of the red Oscar in her botanical venture Discovery of the Rhododenron Forest Lovita J Morang. She, a social activist, raised voices on many social issues.

Iugurating the workshop based on the agenda of taboos and myths of menstrual cycle, she was overwhelmed on the context and congratulated Tanya Brooks, Mager Trainings, Indian Skills Academy on her initiative. She spoke on the pride of this cycle that makes a women complete. Her flamboyant voice raised, “Nothing will exist. It will be an end to all creations. End of beauty. End of the world if a woman suddenly stops the cycle. Menstruation symbolizes strength, the power of womanhood. If it’s a taboo, it implies that ritually the phase is unclean, them what if she stops? And if it stops, there won’t be a single creation in the world. Even animals go through this cycle but there is no taboos as we human beings exercise. We need to educate from animals as well, here, if thoughts are as such.”

Taboos were in the past when restrictions were made not to enter the kitchen or the temple, etc. And she says it is still is there. Only because the girl needs rest, and nothing at all.

Veteran gynecologist Dr. JP Mour pointed out the constitutiol advantages and disadvantages of different women. “Hence pains and problems are also different. But the solution is only one. Leading normalcy and keeping pace with the problems. Medicines, always do not help, but a positive psychological approach, most of the time lessens the pain,” he said.

Tanya Brooks, Mager Training significantly designed the workshop only for females amidst females.

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