How is it that the woman who wants to be our president is stooping so low? Demanding free tampons for all women is probably the biggest case of pandering ever! Hopefully, young women will just LOL at this! “Menstrual activism” is the latest effort by feminists to provide freebie tampons in the name of “MENSTRUAL EQUITY”. Aren’t there other things to focus on?
CLINTON’S TWEET IS IN RESPONSE TO THIS:
New York City made history today with passage of the nation’s first legislative package to ensure access to menstrual products in public schools, shelters and corrections facilities.
In doing so, New York has stepped out as a leader in a growing national and global movement for menstrual equity. The city’s new laws acknowledge that the ability to manage menstruation falls squarely at the intersection of sound health, economic and educational policy.
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The need to tackle this issue is not new. While menstruation has been a taboo and “off limits” topic since Adam and Eve, around the world there are legions of activists working to raise awareness of the devastating impact caused by lack of access to affordable, safe menstrual products.
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America has long lagged behind, but that’s beginning to change. A dedicated network of activists, journalists, policy makers and others have ratcheted up national attention to the issue. Last year, menstrual activism captured so many headlines that NPR dubbed it “The Year of the Period” and Cosmopolitan proclaimed it was “the year the period went public.”
READ MORE: NYT