HuffPost “impact reporter” Eleanor Goldberg has a bone to pick with you knuckle-dragging men out there:

She writes:

As long as tampons and pads have existed, they’ve been treated – and priced – as luxury products. So, it hardly comes as a shock that a new survey has found that less than half of men think women have a right to affordable menstrual hygiene products.

In a YouGov survey of more than 2,000 American adults released this week, just 46 percent of men said they agreed that having access to affordable tampons and pads should be categorized as a right, not a privilege. Of the women surveyed, 65 percent said it should be considered a right.

Meanwhile, 33 percent of men and 24 percent of women surveyed said they disagreed that it was a right, with the rest unsure or opting not to say.

Yeah? And?

Rights: How do they work?

Hard to take the tampons-are-a-right movement seriously when it’s being pushed by people like this:


Nailed it.

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