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Uma

Why can’t girls talk about periods? Why are they still living under the blanket of a taboo? And more importantly, why don’t we tell them about basic things to expect when they hit puberty? Many adolescents like Nisha didn’t have access to knowledge about sexual and reproductive health rights when they first hit puberty. But […]

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Uma

How difficult is it to find out about sex in the Indian society? Well, if you take it from adolescents in India, they will tell you just how tricky it is. Learning about sex education is something as simple as learning about our bodies. Sexual & reproductive health rights are possibly one of the most […]

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Garima

What is the right time to find out about sex? And why do we consider it such a hush-hush topic in India? Garima, an SRH educator, talks about the needs of a community’s adolescents to find timely sex education. As an SRH educator, she navigates routine questions from adolescents about their bodies, their body image, […]

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People Like Us

When did we normalise having an awkward conversation at the chemist or the clinic to buy a condom? As a society, India still struggles to create safe spaces for its adolescents where they can openly access contraceptives, have conversations about their sexual health and ask questions that plague them ever since they hit puberty. This […]

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Muskaan

Every body goes through changes when they hit puberty, but Muskaan wants more adolescents like her to be aware of this before puberty comes knocking. There were questions in Muskaan’s mind just like any other 11-year-old – what is happening and why is it happening to me. But having the right kind of information not […]

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Renu

Renu, an Anganwadi worker in Khandsa, Gurugram is not happy to see the state of women’s safety in India. This sole reason has prompted her to conduct awareness drives among young adolescents where she focusses on sexual and reproductive health rights. From teaching them young girls and boys about good touch and bad touch to […]

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Divya

Meet Divya from Khandsa, Gurugram, who considers herself lucky to have found information about her periods prior to puberty. But not all girls have the same access or liberty. Divya wants to change the conversation by busting myths that young girls grow tired of hearing at their own households.

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Gauri

Have you ever wondered how you missed on getting information about your body early on in your life? And more than that, how would that information have changed your access to sexual health? These were some of the questions that Gauri had as well. An adolescent from Gurugram, she pits her knowledge about sexual and […]

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Nisha kumari

Nisha was surprised when she saw her teacher skip a chapter during eighth standard. It reflected not only the state of sexual and reproductive health information but how sex education was usually sidelined at an early age in her life. This prompted her to become a peer educator and she trained nearly 250 adolescents on […]

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Nisha kumari

Where can one buy sanitary pads? Where do babies come from? Simple questions, but they remain unanswered for most adolescents. Attention Please is an attempt to kickstart conversations about sexual and reproductive health rights where we’re handing the mic (the smartphone actually) over to adolescents, peer educators and frontline workers so that they can share […]

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