Some screen shots :
She gets her period before the others: Not horrified. Knows what’s happening. Is proud to be the first one.
Not just unashamed. She is ready to reap some benefits. Here the Camp Gyno is giving a demo.
Turns out little girls are NOT all sugar and spice and everything nice. They are human; capable of loving and being fascinated with themselves and their bodies and minds and successes and popularities and sometimes not knowing when they are going too far 😆
Reminded me of,
If Men Could Menstruate, by Gloria Steinem
So what would happen if suddenly, magically, men could menstruate and women could not?
Clearly, menstruation would become an enviable, worthy, masculine event:
Men would brag about how long and how much.
Young boys would talk about it as the envied beginning of manhood. Gifts, religious ceremonies, family dinners, and stag parties would mark the day.
Statistical surveys would show that men did better in sports and won more Olympic medals during their periods.
Generals, right-wing politicians, and religious fundamentalists would cite menstruation (“men-struation”) as proof that only men could serve God and country in combat (“You have to give blood to take blood”), occupy high political office (“Can women be properly fierce without a monthly cycle governed by the planet Mars?”), be priests, ministers, God Himself (“He gave this blood for our sins”), or rabbis (“Without a monthly purge of impurities, women are unclean”).
Can you imagine an ad like this on the Indian television – or maybe an ad that showed that growing up (for girls) was not something to be ashamed of, and also was not something that was everybody’s business?