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Students at the University of Arkansas say everyone has a right to free tampons — including dudes.
Biology be damned, America.
The university’s Associated Student Government passed the “Menstrual Equity Act For All,” citing a United Nations statement calling access to tampons to be a “human rights issue.”
The resolution demands placement of free tampons in all bathrooms across campus — including the men’s room.
“The University of Arkansas utilizes coin-only dispensaries located almost exclusively within women’s restrooms further limiting access to (Menstrual Hygiene Management),” the resolution declared.
The leftists-in-training went on to explain that placing tampon dispensaries in the ladies room “limits the ability of members of the transgender community to safely and easily access MSM on-demand.”
Television station KFSM reports the goal is to have every university facility outfitted with free lady products (pardon me – gender neutral products) by the fall of 2019.
Sen. Olivia Chambers, who co-authored the resolution, visited women’s restrooms across campus and counted at least five broken tampon dispensers in various buildings, she said.
“My opinion is that the least the university could do is make it more comfortable for me to show up to class on time and not feel embarrassed for bleeding through my clothes or have to leave school because I did bleed through my clothes, and the tampon machines are broken in the bathrooms,” student lawmaker Olivia Chambers told The Traveler.
Another student leader argued during a debate on the resolution that if free toilet paper is a right, students should have access to free lady products (my apologies – gender neutral products).
“The University of Arkansas Associated Student Senate Government believes Facilities Management has a duty to create equal access to education, and therefore must prioritize near-universal accessibility to Menstrual Hygiene Management at no cost to students forthwith,” the resolution declared.
In other words, the collegiate anatomy-deniers expect the hard-working taxpayers of Arkansas to pick up the bill. Will that be cash or charge?