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Mum promotes inclusivity with picture of son holding ‘Men Have Periods Too’ sign

Milly Bhaskar, who lives in Hull, posted a picture of her four-year-old son Eli holding the sign. She said ‘it’s not insulting to women, it’s opening up the community to make it a safe space.’

A mum’s post has gone viral after she shared a photo of her son holding a sign saying “Men Have Periods Too” in order to promote inclusivity.

Milly Bhaskara has amassed thousands of followers on Instagram through her posts that promote self-love, body acceptance and mental health awareness and her latest post features her son Eli.

The sign held up by the four-year-old says: “Some men have periods to. If I can get it so can you.”

Milly, who lives in Hull, explains in her caption why she has made the post.

 

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