Free Period Products for Girls Will be Available in All Schools and Colleges in England

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
January 19, 2020

Equality means not only that women are capable of doing everything that men can, but also that if for some reason women are incapable of doing something, men should step up, man up, and pay up to help them.

Daily Mail:

Free sanitary products will be available to all schools and colleges in England from next week as part of a drive to stamp out ‘period poverty’.

The move will mean that no schoolgirl should be forced to miss lessons because she is on her period.

The Department for Education also hopes the change will help break down the stigma surrounding menstruation.

Under the scheme, schools and colleges will be able to order a range of sanitary products, including eco-friendly options, so that they are on hand when students need them. Campaigners had been calling for the Government to take action following concerns that girls could miss class during their periods if they are unable to afford sanitary products.

Former chancellor Philip Hammond first announced plans to fund free sanitary products in England’s secondary schools last year. The proposals were later rolled out to include primaries.

Children and families minister Michelle Donelan said: ‘Periods are a normal part of everyday life and we do not want young people missing out on lessons because of them. We know that it is not easy for everyone to access period products where and when they need them. This scheme will deal with those problems so young people can go about their daily lives without getting caught out if they have come on their period unexpectedly, forgotten to bring products with them or if they can’t afford the products they need.’

Amika George, founder of the FreePeriods campaign group, said: ‘As a grassroots, student-led movement, Free Periods has been fighting for every single child in this country to be able to go to school without worrying about their next pad or tampon.

‘For the first time in history, this scheme will ensure that becomes a reality.’

The 20-year-old added: ‘We ask that schools have open conversations with students about what they need and start signing up to the scheme. Free products in schools will ensure that every child can learn and be their very best, without periods holding them back.’

Color me surprised!

I’m shocked to find that a colored woman is behind a movement that demands free stuff from the white man in white man’s land.

Amika George, free stuff advocate.

But I’m even more shocked that she openly states the very misogynistic remark that periods hold women back, effectively recognizing not only that men are above women but also that men are the ideal for women to look up to.

Periods are one of women’s disabilities, and it was about time someone came out and brought attention to the issue.

Giving free period products to women is just treating the symptom. If we want to truly fix this systematic problem, we have to address the root cause and inject women with male levels of testosterone so they stop having periods altogether.

If we want a truly equal society, we must swiftly deal with the Period Menace and turn every biological woman into a trans man.

Although even that solution is not 100% effective.