In the latest move by the deranged far left, colleges are putting tampons in men's restrooms, since men can have vaginas. Wait, what!? Yes, seriously.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Brown University and the University of Minnesota of Minnesota-Twin Cities are a few of the first college who are placing menstrual products in the men's restrooms as well as the women's restrooms. This is according to a report by the Chronicle.
They are taking transgender men into consideration. You know, men who aren't actually men, may need to use tampons since they have a period. That's right, in their deranged world men have periods.
“That’s become a really popular rallying cry and source of activism on college campuses, the idea that these products should be freely available by the schools that these students attend,” Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, who came up with “menstrual equity” explained. “This problem is eminently solvable, through a lot of avenues, and college-campus organizing is one of them.”
This was started by a student proposal for free tampons at the University of Rochester. The student won a $5,000 award from the student government of the school. This winning proposal suggested that a basket of tampos should be place in some bathrooms, including one of the men's bathrooms.
“We have smaller baskets in men’s restrooms, but the reason we do that is because there are some men on the campus who menstruate and so it’s just the whole idea of inclusion and making sure that nobody’s left out — it’s a very easy thing,” said Lance Floto, a student government vice president.
Bowdoin College attempted to put out free tampons in the men's room, but someone reacted strongly against it. Someone defecated on the tampons.
“I feel like it was either a person who did it as a joke or didn’t understand it, or it was a deliberate thing like, ‘these people aren’t welcome in this bathroom so I’m going to poop there,’ which would be considered a bias incident,” said Benjamin Painter, Vice President for Student Affairs. Ben, I think we can safely say that the student who took a crap on the tampons knew what he was doing.