Having solved all other problems, advocates for “women & folx experiencing homelessness in U.S. & beyond” can turn their attention to seeking out and creating new ones.

Like problematic feminine hygiene products:

Yeah, Vagisil! Stop preying on insecure teens who get periods by offering them a solution to the problem of “period funk and bikini itch.”

Or maybe — just maybe — Vagisil sees a market for a product like this and wants to sell it to people who want to buy it.

Meanwhile, rather than telling critics to focus on real problems, Vagisil defended themselves:

What about vulva/vagina owners who aren’t women? Does Vagisil support them, too?

Needless to say, this is all going really, really well:

Until this moment, we had no idea that Vagisil was the cigarette of vaginas.

Last time we checked, vulva/vagina owners were free not to use hygiene products they don’t want to use. In fact, they don’t have to use any at all.

They’re also free to find better things to do with their time.

Keeps them busy, we guess.