ACLU Calls for Tampons in Men’s Rooms Because ‘Menstrual Equity’. By Matt Margolis. The latest trendy PC push from the American Civil Liberties Union.
Their latest cause célèbre is by no standard a serious civil rights issue, rather the result of the ever-increasing influence of the radical LGBTQ lobby, which is pursuing the most insane ideas under the guise of civil liberties. The ACLU’s latest cause isn’t about equal justice or discrimination, but calling for tampons to be provided in men’s restrooms. That is one issue that’s part of their “menstrual equity” platform calling for “accessible and affordable period products.” …
You are not reading The Babylon Bee or The Onion. The ACLU is actually calling for men’s rooms to be supplied with tampons. Because men have uteruses, right? If you believe the ACLU they can. “While free menstrual products are not uniformly provided in women’s restrooms, they are almost never available in men’s restrooms, even for pay,” says the ACLU. “Men’s restrooms are also less likely to have a place to dispose of these products conveniently, privately, and hygienically.”
Get with the program, trend-setters:
Gay marriage redefined the word “marriage” from being an economic and social partnership to make and raise children, to meaning a government sanctioned recognition of who is a special friend to whom.
Now “woman” is being redefined from being people with female chromosomes, to people who prefer female social roles.
Are the new left serious? Or are they just demonstrating their power by forcing you to “believe” that woman are men and vice versa?
Of course, now that there is so much discrimination in favor of women in so many aspects, who wouldn’t want to be a woman? Woman can do anything, better and more morally, and are never criticized. Who wants to be a toxic male? Seen the new Star Wars movies?
What happens when men start turning up in serious women’s sport that is also mass entertainment? World number one woman tennis player Serena Williams was seriously rated by John McEnroe as about number 700 in the world a couple of years ago. So what happens if some man in the top 700 decides he is unlikely to ever make it to the profitable and fun top 20 of men’s tennis — so why not stick on a dress and be the world’s number one women’s tennis player?
Are tennis fans going to cop watching athletic young girls being beaten by some bloke in a dress? Well, based on current trends, maybe they would go that next step.