FREE menstrual products?

WSU stocks men’s bathrooms with FREE menstrual products
•Washington State University has begun stocking men’s bathrooms on one of its campuses with free menstrual products.

•The new offering is part of a system-wide effort to be more inclusive of transgender individuals.

Shocked man holding menstruation pad.

Meanwhile symbols of Christianity are being eliminated.
In an effort to demonstrate its “commitment to inclusivity,” Washington State University has begun stocking men’s restrooms with free menstrual products.

The initiative is one of many focusing on “improving the transgender community experience on campus,” and is currently being tested in three restrooms on the Pullman, Wash. campus. The university is in the process of “assessing similar needs” at other WSU campuses to determine which men’s rooms will receive new accommodations.

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  1. “improving the transgender community experience on campus”

    ♫ Girls in the boys room! Boys in the girls room! ♫ Yay.

    It’s not really a fine line between “inclusivity” and “enabling.”

    However, I hear tell that menstrual pads are good to have in your emergency med kit – good for bandages over severe wounds. So, before the shootin’ starts, men should grab as many as they could, then wait for ’em to refill it. The price is right.