Today's award goes to the American Civil Liberties Union for this stupidity.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is calling for men's restrooms to include tampons in order to prevent discrimination against "every person who menstruates."
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The left-leaning legal group argued that it wasn't a "full or accurate portrayal" to say that women are the only ones who "menstruate, get pregnant, or breast feed [sic]."
"Menstrual stigma and period poverty can hit trans and non-binary people particularly hard," the post read.
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This wasn't the first time the ACLU made a head-turning comment about gender. On "International Men's Day," the group declared that men could both get their periods and give birth.
There's more at the link.
Dear ACLU, kindly read a couple of medical and/or biological textbooks. By definition, no man - no person of the male sex or gender - has the necessary plumbing to menstruate (or get pregnant, for that matter). Therefore, there is no need for menstrual hygiene products in spaces that are, by definition, reserved for males.
Of course, if someone wishes to defy medical and biological reality and pretend that they're male, when in fact they are female . . . that's another matter. I, for one, see no point whatsoever in indulging their pretense. For them, I suggest that menstrual hygiene products be made available where they're more appropriate - in female restrooms. Anything else denies reality, and is a waste of time and money, IMHO.
I addressed the ACLU's previous nonsense on this subject in two articles, here and here. Nothing's changed. The medical and biological realities cited in those articles are as real today as they've ever been, and no touchy-feely, unicorn-fart-fueled, politically correct, moonbattish delusion is about to alter them.