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Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Women working for Myna Mahila Foundation in Mumbai show the sanitary pads they make and distribute. The views expressed in comments published on newindianexpress. While people praised Fu for talking about periods openly, they failed to see any feminist angle feminism is not a concept familiar to most people in China. Jalota said that she and Myna Mahila's co-founders started the organization with the hope of encouraging women to talk about the things they were most afraid to talk about. Chinese medicine is also hugely influential, too, if only subconsciously, and its basis in non-invasive treatment creates unease around putting a foreign object into the body, for hours at a time. They wanted to encourage more confidence in women to determine their own lives. Cheryl There is a grass roots non profit organisation assisting young girls with menstruation.