No, but it sure reads like one:
— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) March 8, 2016
By all means, let’s hear more! HuffPo executive business editor Emily Peck writes:
“Tampons and pads should be treated just like toilet paper. They serve the same purpose — items to tend to our every day, normal bodily functions,” Nancy Kramer told The Huffington Post by email on Tuesday. Kramer is the woman behind “Free the Tampons,” a campaign she started up in Ohio to put free tampons and pads in all restrooms outside the home.
“If men got their periods, we would not be having the conversation,” she said. According to Kramer’s research, it costs about $4.67 per female student or employee to provide free sanitary products annually. “In other words, for less than a fancy cup of coffee, you can supply a woman with supplies for a year,” she said.
Eighty-six percent of the nearly 800 people who took my extremely unscientific Twitter poll agree that tampons should be free.
Well, who can argue with that? Free tampons for everyone!
— theRoddick (@_jbarker) March 8, 2016
But seriously, though. This is asinine.
@HuffingtonPost No, it shouldn't.
— TaigO'Fetus ☘ (@TacoFetus) March 8, 2016
@HuffingtonPost who's producing them? Who's paying the people producing them? Will they have benefits?
— Indy (@AUcomeback) March 8, 2016
— Deaglan F Quinn (@DeaglanQuinn) March 8, 2016
@HuffingtonPost Raw products that go into making them COST MONEY. Labour that goes into making these COST MONEY, ads, store space COST MONEY
— AveEuropa (@AveEuropa) March 8, 2016
@HuffingtonPost this is stupid
— We're not Done (@tcstepp24) March 8, 2016
@HuffingtonPost Reaching peak HufPo. Almost Salon level
— Bill (@mrbill66) March 8, 2016
And you should delete this garbage account. https://t.co/5H3daJxNZD
— LMR (@LilMissRightie) March 8, 2016