The men behind a record-breaking period campaign – BBC

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Imagine if men could experience period pain.
In India, a campaign has brought simulators to shopping centres and colleges allowing men to experience around 10% of the pain caused by menstrual cramps.
The intention is to break down taboos surrounding the menstrual cycle and open up the conversation.
The campaign has now won a Guinness World Record for donating 100,000 sanitary products in 24 hours.
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