Menstrupedia Comic answers all the questions that your daughter might have about her body and periods in the most caring and fun way.
Over 1,00,000 parents trust this book to teach their daughter about periods.Read first chapter
For 9 years and above
Rs. 250 (Free shipping in India)
M.R.P: Rs. 395
I made this book for the 9 year old me.
Your daughter will love the stories, cartoon characters and beautiful drawings in the book.
No objectionable drawings, so that you can be comfortable discussing the topics in the book.
The content in the book is medically accurate and reviewed by an expert gynecologist.
Co-Chair, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
This is a great creative solution to a tough cultural challenge.
Indian author, newspaper columnist, film producer and film actress
Ofcourse we need to educate children about periods. In fact there’s a comic called Menstrupedia that does the job.
Menstrupedia's book are a very good way of reaching to girls in an entertaining and educating way as well. They are in the form of comics and available in regional languages as well which makes their reach wider.
I bought Menstrupedia for my girl when she was just 6, she loved it and understood it. Now she recommends it to all her friends. This is not just a book, it is a revolution made simple and accessible.
I have been a menstrual educator for the past 8 years now. Having been at the receiving end of period-related stigmas while growing up, I have a deep understanding of the discomfort people face when conversing about the topic. As a result, I have been committed to addressing menstrual myths and taboos through Menstrupedia, an initiative that I am co-founder of, and that uses comic-books and relatable media to de-stigmatise menstruation.
I am a TED Speaker, and a Forbes India 30 Under 30 achiever. I was also named as one of BBC’s 100 influential women of 2015 and have been a World Economic Forum Global Shaper. I have been invited in seven countries to share the model of my work in the field of menstrual health and awareness.
Over the years my work at Menstrupedia has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, CNBC and BBC.
So far, I have educated over 50,000 girls and women about periods, body positivity, and menstrual health. I have trained and coached over 10,000 educators in the movement towards Period Positivity.
Educational tools designed by me and my team are currently employed by over 10,000 schools in India. Menstrupedia’s resources are widely used in over 20 different countries. My work in the field of menstruation has impacted the lives of over 10 millions girls and women across India and the world.
I dream of a future where menstruation is not considered to be a taboo but a welcome change in young girls’ lives. Until then, I shall continue to contribute and innovate in the high-need areas of reproductive health education, adolescent lessons, relevant life lessons, and more.