From building menstrual life skills to advocating for sustainable period products to raising awareness about menstrual disorders - we facilitate a range of workshops, each tailored for the specific target audience!
The language and hyper-feminine conceptions of menstruation and menstruators can be severely harmful to the mental and physical wellbeing of queer people. Menstruation is not defined by womanhood and womanhood is not defined by menstruation. Challenging conventional connotations around menstruation is an important step to include genderqueer individuals who menstruate. Boondh and Schbang For Good launch #UngenderMenstruation to challenge the existing unidimensional discourse around menstruation.
"Menstrual activism strives to resist menstrual shame, and expand knowledge and care options. Art of this kind provocatively challenges the viewer to assess their assumptions about menstrual taboos. It can upend what is taken for granted, and that’s powerful." ~ Chris Bobel, Author of New Blood: Third Wave Feminism and the Politics of Menstruation.
The Twogether Cup and Cloth pad campaign is an initiative towards sharing economic privilege with menstruators who choose to use Boondh cups and cloth pads to manage their periods but don’t have the economic means to do so. Through this program, Boondh and its trusted partners reach out to communities and offer menstrual life skills sessions and make available reusable period care options such as menstrual cups and cloth pads, wherein a beneficiary invests INR 50-100 to ensure ownership and usage.
"I came for the sustainability and I stayed for the convenience of using the cup. I camp out at music festivals and jam in jungles and never sleep in the same bed for more than 4 days in a row. The cup has made the hassle of disposal of sanitary waste such a breeze. And the rumours are true. The cup does reduce cramps! I have used another cup brand before Boondh and I found Boondh’s vacuum far more effective. Plus, they're super affordable. Overall, I'd give Boondh Cup 5 stars and 15 rainbows!"
60,000 - 1,20,000 Lifetime Cost
4-6 hrs Product Life
120Kg/person Lifetime Waste
Made of 90% plastic, each pad takes 600-800 years to decompose. Chemical in pads often cause dry skin, irritation & rashes. Need changing at least once every 4-6hrs. Release carcinogenic dioxins and furans upon improper burning/ incineration. Pads howevver give convenience at an economical rate to users
500 - 2,000 Lifetime Cost
7-10yrs Product Life
500g/ person Lifetime Waste
Inert medical grade silicone (dosen't react with the body) ensures no side effects. The cup is so comfortable you can barely feel it inside you. Swim, gym and sleep with ease! The Boondh cup can be worn for upto 12 hrs at a stretch. Cups take a learning curve to getting used to, anywhere between 1 to 3 cycles
₹8,500 Lifetime Cost
3-5 yrs Product life
10Kg/person Lifetime Waste
Multiple layers of cotton and a leakproof layer of PUL. No harsh chemicals = No irritation or rashes. Need changing at least once every 4-6hrs. PUL layer to be disposed in dry waste, cotton layers compostable. Lifestyle change is neccessary with getting used to washing and drying cloth pads