The World's First Public Welfare Sanitary Napkin Museum
The Sanitary Napkin Museum is free and open to the public. Bingbing always pays attention to women's rights and interests and speaks for women. We hope to convey women's rights and interests, menstrual knowledge, girls menarche, history of sanitary napkins and menstrual health care to the public in the form of exhibition. Women's organizations, gynecological experts, public welfare organizations and educational institutions are invited to carry out activities and lectures on women's rights and interests from time to time. Let the public know more about female menstruation, eliminate public discrimination and shame of menstruation.
About Sanitary Napkin Museum
The Sanitary Napkin Museum is established by Bingbing Group, whose mission is to serve as an exhibition museum focusing on women's menstrual education, menstrual science popularization, care for women's health and women's rights and interests. Covering an area of more than 1800 square meters, there are 18 exhibition and interaction areas. Since its opening, Sanitary Napkin Museum has attracted tens of thousands of visitors to visit and tour.
Value and Significance
Universal Menarche Education
Due to the lack of menstrual education, many menarche girls are at a loss and are ridiculed and discriminated against by their classmates, which causes great psychological pressure on them.
Eliminating Menstrual Shame and Discrimination
Today, we advocate equality between men and women, that is to say, we should treat women with equal eyes and not regard women's normal physiological phenomena as a taboo. And be comfortable talking about menstruation is so common and so important to women.
Women's rights and advancement of women's status
We have a responsibility to work together to promote gender equality, women's economic empowerment, women's rights and interests, the elimination of menstrual shame and discrimination, and the elimination of violence against women.