Unravelling the history of menstruating women not entering temples
Women's menstruation is governed by several regulations, converting a natural biological event into one fraught with constraints and humiliation. But when did these rules become about impurity or sin in history? Were these norms part of a formidable system of human knowledge, or were they the repressive norms we know today? We investigate why a menstruating female was told not to visit a temple and question our perspective from oppression to unity and rationality founded in our roots.
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