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On 2017-11-11 at 5:00 PM, Guest Amandeep said:

I’ve got one question if I’m on my period and I’m scared that when I sit the blood flows and it goes everywhere what Can I do if I’m wrong please tell me and tell me what I can do .

There is a newer product called a menstrual cup which is worn inside. It doesn’t hurt and doesn’t cause any sort of damage etc to reproductive tract. It sits just inside and since it’s a medical grade silicone cup nothing can leak through it. It can be worn 12 hours full and since it’s inside no blood can come out that means no need for a pad which would have blood soaking it sitting on the outside of the body and no possibility for any smell etc. You just empty it twice a day and rest of time it’s like you are not on period. Sorry to be graphic. I think if cups were given to all girls in India then there wouldn’t be a severe shortage of availability of hygiene products to women as these are washable and reusable. Meaning one cup can last several years or more. Right now girls in india in rural areas especially are left with using rags, or sub par pads which can leak and maybe this is why the Singh’s who are against it (and even Kaur’s) don’t trust them and say that women can’t do seva while on period. In west it’s not a problem but in india it is. A cup which costs maybe less than a dollar to manufacture would give millions of women freedom. 

Anyway there is no impurity with periods. That is Brahminical ideals creeping into Sikhi. 

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Anyway there is no impurity with periods. That is Brahminical ideals creeping into Sikhi

Learn how to read. I told you 3 messages ago that it was an Abrahamic concept. Abrahamic is not Brahminical.

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In west it’s not a problem but in india

Learn how to read. I told you 3 messages ago that the root of the 'problem' - i.e the people that instigate and perpetuate this idea of a woman on her period being obscene and unclean - is the west and it's 3 'holy books': Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Please learn how to read.

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On 13/11/2017 at 3:51 AM, jkvlondon said:

nothing to say you cannot wear closer fitting undies underneath your kacchera with longer nighttime style pads for extra assurance and control. I think every female is highly conscious of this problem so checks and double checks to avoid issues . Nowadays even cups are available for total control  look it up online .

For those people who say don't touch Guru Granth Sahib ji , do you not think Pothian are also Gurbani and deserving of same suchumta and if so are you saying bibian need to avoid handling them too ... so are we back to deficiency mentality because of pollution ? Would a bibi's sehaj paath be maximum 21 days so basically harder to fit around kids, family and work ? Would she have to not attend santhiya class during the cycle? 

 

It's just rubbish Brown Culture. 

Culture is the reason the world is in Maya. 

The quicker the rubbish parts of culture including Maya gimmick societies expectations whether it be Brown society or western society culture is wiped out of our minds and hearts, the quicker the khalsa will rise. 

The Bhagat is societies Outcaste. 

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23 hours ago, Guest Jagsaw_Singh said:

Learn how to read. I told you 3 messages ago that it was an Abrahamic concept. Abrahamic is not Brahminical.

Learn how to read. I told you 3 messages ago that the root of the 'problem' - i.e the people that instigate and perpetuate this idea of a woman on her period being obscene and unclean - is the west and it's 3 'holy books': Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Please learn how to read.

actually it is a universal paap against women ; Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Jew, Muslims and Early Christians have same attitude - Sabh Gobind hai Sabh Gobind hai , Gobind bin nahin koe ....so women are just as pavittar as Men , and just as able to achieve mission on an even playing field . Sikhi gives that equality by removing MAN made bharam and prejudices ... it is this bipran ki reet that is strangling the panth's future more than anything else . If you teach a man sikhi he will progress and maybe encouraged others however if you teach a woman you ensure that all her progeny and her future generations will be taught sikhi from the word go , as she is their primary caregiver and teacher

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