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One of the town’s two policemen (Geno Carr) makes endless runs to the supermarket for, among other stuff, baby formula and tampons.
Many say that tampons and pads should be provided freely, like toilet paper, in public facilities.
Workshops where women—sometimes dressed in disguise—can discuss things like tampons and menstrual cups are gaining popularity.
Democrats are funny about that sort of thing: See Melissa Harris-Perry’s tampon earrings, etc.
The company will be collecting products including toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, tampons and shampoo through Sept. 24.
As toilet paper and tissue are used for normal bodily functions, sanitary pads and tampons are also necessary to address normal bodily functions that happen naturally.
His apartment on Fifth Avenue is all marble and coy little cherubs, like a nice mausoleum, while The Trump International Hotel Las Vegas has a tampon dispenser made of brass.
Just the day before, Gabriela had packed a car trunk full of canned green beans, tampons and baby food so a woman could take them across the border, to a shelter in Reynosa taking in people who have been deported there.
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