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Chinese Swimmer Speaks About Her Period In Public At Rio Olympics 2016

It's important for a woman to break period shame and stigma. Women's periods have always been used as a weapon to embarrass them.

Chinese Swimmer Speaks About Her Period In Public At Rio Olympics 2016
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Recently in Olympics 2016, a Chinese Swimmer, Fu Yuanhui couldn't perform well as she was on her periods. When she was approached by a Journalist, she openly talked about her periods in public. 

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A Chinese Swimmer, Fu Yuanhui recently admitted when she was approached by a Journalist that she was on her period and it was affecting her physically  

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On Sunday, she finished fourth with her team in the women's 4*100 meter medley relay. 

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Fu didn't give her best because of the excessive pain in her abdomen and when she was asked, she replied, "My period came yesterday. I'm feeling a bit weak and exhausted, but this is not an excuse." 

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Well, Fu is not the only one to raise this important issue in public, in 2015 British Tennis player, Heather Watson also mentioned about her period in public. 

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In China, tampons are a taboo and many Chinese people didn't know that it is possible for women to swim on her period.  

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In China, very few women use tampons because they're scared that a tampon might break their hymen and they'll have to compromise with their virginity. 

In China, very few women use tampons because they're scared that a tampon might break their hymen and they'll have to compromise with their virginity. 
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It is important for a woman to break period shame everywhere! 

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