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Social media, it turned out, would bring these barriers down, when Culture Machine, a Mumbai-based digital media company circulated a Whatsapp video that talked about their decision to introduce paid menstrual leave.
Needless to say, the video went viral, with many other Indian companies rushing to follow suit.
“If boys can talk about alcohol and porn, they can talk about periods as well.
Why is that in schools, girls are taught about their periods separately while boys are given sex education?
This move, whether it is implemented across the board or not, encourages conversation.” Chennai-based Magzter was the next to embrace the policy, offering its women employees paid menstrual leave each month.
“I don’t know whether it would be practicals as many cycles sync, but it is a brilliant idea in theory,” pointed out Trisha Appanna.
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