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they're just one facet of a growing movement calling from natural equality writers Barbara Goldberg explain Wrenn , and down it's all about , and I didn , get it out dnmt , but it's not all about shock value and failed there are real critical issues like public funding for feminine hygiene products , a survey showing seventeen percent of female worldwide middle school or work during their period unable to afford proper supplied , attorney Jennifer white wolf advocates for free access for the underprivileged for people who are low income for people who are experiencing homelessness for people who are incarcerated ok access to these products is really a matter of their house , and their dignity and their ability to be productive and stick because during these New Jersey sisters to start a nonprofit providing a year's supply of good to go they need , then there's the tampon tax , sales tax on feminine products in forty U. S. state , something that does not exist for items such as condoms and rogaine for men president Obama even scratching his head on this one I have to tell you I have no idea why states , would it correctly luxury items are I suspect it's because men were making the laws when those facts or perhaps I still can at least seven states now looking to overturn the tax finally the presidential campaign not even immune to old school shaming with Donald Trump saying fox news anchor Megyn Kelly had a blood coming out of her wherever and not that there would be anything wrong with that