As a teenage girl myself I have experienced the challenges of menstruation, I firmly believe that young women should be allowed to not do physical education classes when they are on their period. Because menstruation is a natural and unavoidable part of life for many teenage girls, and it can bring it in with a range of physical, emotional, and mental discomforts that can make participating in physical activity quite challenging.For ages , the topic of menstruation has been covered in stigma and shame, leading to a lack of understanding and empathy for the real struggles that many young teen girls face each month. The pain, cramping, fatigue, and hormonal fluctuations that often accompany periods can have a significant impact on a girl's ability to perform optimally in physical education classes.When a girl is on her period, she may experience heightened sensitivity, bloating, and discomfort that can make running, jumping, or engaging in other physical activities extremely uncomfortable or even painful. Asking her to participate in PE during this time can not only be physically tiring but can also lead to feelings of embarrassment, self-consciousness, and isolation.Allowing teenage girls to not do PE during their period is not a sign of laziness but it is a way of showing empathy, respect, and understanding for the unique challenges that menstruating individuals face. It is a fact that girls should not have to push through pain and discomfort to meet unrealistic expectations of physical performance.