Trans-Movement: Tampons Are No Longer 'Just For Women', At Least For One Company
Always, a Proctor and Gamble company have literally built their fortune serving biological women. So why would a company whose main income depends on women to purchase their products turn on biological women? To please the trans-movement. The most damaging movement against women in recent history.
A trans-man (A woman who identifies as a man) complained to the company about their use of the Venus symbol on their product. You know, the universal symbol for women? Yeah, that's now offensive, apparently.
Did the company stand up for their base customers? Hell no...
hi @Always i understand that you guys love girl positivity but please understand that there are trans men that get periods, and if you could please do something about the ♀️symbol on your pad packaging, i’d be happy. i’d hate to have any trans males feel dysphoric.
— joey ia (@mybuIIetsurIove) October 13, 2019
@Always i understand that you guys love girl positivity but please understand that there are trans men that get periods, and if you could please do something about the symbol on your pad packaging, i’d be happy. i’d hate to have any trans males feel dysphoric."
Transgender activists and allies had publicly urged Procter & Gamble to redesign its pad wrapper without the gender symbol, a circle atop a cross. Among their arguments were that not all people who menstruate are women and that not all women menstruate."
"For over 35 years Always has championed girls and women, and we will continue to do so," Procter & Gamble said Tuesday in a statement. "We're also committed to diversity & inclusion and are on a continual journey to understand the needs of all of our consumers."
Does Proctor and Gamble not realize their main market is women when it comes to pads? They are caving to a tiny percentage of the population that doesn't have any business using pads. It seems to me they are getting rid of a female symbol on a product meant for women just to appease a few gender confused that are using their products as a prop. This seems offensive to women who actually need to use pads...