Taboo For You (Love And Family, #1) by Anyta Sunday
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Everyone knows that diamonds are created by extreme pressure, the same can be said for great music and art. This is because, of course, the creative arts act as an outlet or weapon for those who are impacted by societal pressures such as economic struggle, systematic oppression, and governmental failures etc. For generations this has been encapsulated by subcultures that create their own social norms and values that, although sometimes include generic social morality, often push for justice away from contemporary, established ones.
So many women and girls were with me, all of us dressed in red and all desperately pushing for change. Then just last month the government went a step further by announcing that it will provide free sanitary products in secondary schools and colleges in England from the next school year. According to Harley Street gynaecologist Dr Hina Sra, the rise of social media, plus the MeToo movement, has created the perfect storm for women to take on the period-shamers. Social media has played a pivotal role in normalising these conversations by getting the message across. That same year, drummer Kiran Gandhi made headlines across the globe after free bleeding — menstruating without using protection — during the London Marathon, sparking other women to follow suit in their everyday life.