The company Always is removing the symbol for females from packaging for their sanitary pads, and women are not happy about it. In 2019, it’s all about what you IDENTIFY as and nothing else.
Furious women are boycotting the company for caving to the transgender lobby that feels excluded:
A feminist activist chimed in: “We’re now moving towards the total elimination of women’s biology. The women’s symbol has been used by feminists for decades. This is pure cowardice and virtue signaling from these big corporate brands who are capitulating to the trans agenda.” – Julie Bindel
According to The Daily Mail, Proctor & Gamble decided to change the packaging after trans activists that now identify as male but still having a period were upset by the symbol:
“We’re committed to diversity and inclusion, and we realize that not everyone who has a period and needs to use a pad identifies as female.”
‘That is why we wanted to ensure that anyone who needs to use a period product feels comfortable in doing so with Always.”
Apparently, the ‘Venus’ symbol is discriminatory to trans activists, so it will be gone beginning next year.
In 2019, it’s what you identify as and not what you were born as even though you’re still physically female or male. The women who are still having periods now identify as male, so everyone should go along with what sex this person identifies with and not that he’s technically a woman. Should everyone go along with this effort to blur the lines of male or female, or should they protest? We’d like to know.