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menstruate

[′men·strə‚wāt]
(physiology)
To discharge the products of menstruation.
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Menstruating women and girls are also not allowed to meet other family members or venture out during their period.
The temple is one of a few in India that bar entry to women and girls between the ages of 10 and 50 years old, saying that menstruating women are impure.
It may be compared to be similar to the periodic discharges of women in menstruating age.
Hundreds of protesters have blocked the entry of women of menstruating age following the Supreme Court's ruling that equality is supreme regardless of age and gender.
Hinduism regards menstruating women as unclean and bars them from participating in religious rituals.
It added that the solon's remark is "sexist." "By claiming his actions as part of his monthly period, he is perpetuating the harmful stereotype that woman is menstruating can be dismissed as unreasonable, moody, and overemotional and would react in a similar fashion as he would have," the CHR said.
Like how a third of people menstruating around the world don't have reliable access to toilets and clean water, which means they'll lose out on school and work and other opportunities.
In Nepal, placing menstruating girls and women in sheds or huts is a centuries-old tradition called chhaupadi, practiced in the western parts of the Hindu-majority country.
the dignity of menstruating detainees in police custody is considered
Yet in another incident of death in chhaugoth, a special underfacility shed where menstruating girls and women are forced to stay in far-western Nepal, an 18-year-old girl died of snakebite in Turmakhand Rural Municipality-4 of Achham district, according to Kantipur daily of today.
It is recommended that both men and women observe Eid prayer in an open field as is clear in the hadith narrated by Um Atiya, may Allah be please with her, who said: "We used to be ordered to come out on the day of Eid and even to bring the virgin girls from their houses and menstruating women so that they might stand behind the men and say takbir along with them and hope for the blessings of that day for purification from sins".
In some parts of the world, it even remains socially unacceptable, with girls and women treated as outcasts when they're menstruating.