Kesinee Jirawanidchakorn, 38, wants her reusable cloth menstrual pads to address environmental sustainability concerns and eradicate the stigma surrounding menstruation. Photo: Handout
Kesinee Jirawanidchakorn, 38, wants her reusable cloth menstrual pads to address environmental sustainability concerns and eradicate the stigma surrounding menstruation. Photo: Handout

In Thailand, women entrepreneurs break menstrual taboos in bid to end period poverty

  • From reusable cloth pads to menstrual cups, a new wave of more eco-friendly feminine hygiene products is being introduced to Thailand
  • The women behind the brands want to promote equality as well as sustainability – and help Thai women be less embarrassed about their bodies

Kesinee Jirawanidchakorn, 38, wants her reusable cloth menstrual pads to address environmental sustainability concerns and eradicate the stigma surrounding menstruation. Photo: Handout
Kesinee Jirawanidchakorn, 38, wants her reusable cloth menstrual pads to address environmental sustainability concerns and eradicate the stigma surrounding menstruation. Photo: Handout
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