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Sanitary Napkins and Menstrual Pads of the Past and Present
One workplace has a rather outdated view on periods. Career advice columnist Alison Green of Ask a Manager was flummoxed by a recent question sent in by a female reader. I got a write-up for it by HR and my boss told me not to do it again and keep them private. I was actually shocked when I was spoken to about it. The woman asked for advice from Green, who, along with many of her readers, was outraged that she would be period-shamed at work — particularly over a private purchase. There is no reason that I should have a disciplinary note in my file about this. For solutions to the quandary, Green also turned to her readers, who proved that revenge just might be a dish best served every 28 days.
When will tampon users stop shaming pad users?
For far too long, people who use menstrual pads have been doubly stigmatized: first for their periods, and second, for their feminine hygiene product of choice. They are confident that their hygiene product is the superior one. They believe those who choose pads are weak, anachronistic, regressive.
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