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Experts recommend changing tampons every four to eight hours.
Kelly has made headlines for bill proposals to kill the state's tampon tax and to require Gov. John Kasich to spend 40 hours job shadowing teachers and other school workers.
While making diapers sales-tax free isn’t a direct cut for women the way the tampon tax was, women still do the lion’s share of child rearing and, in cases of divorce, are more likely to be the parent with child custody.
But this isn't a given, especially since the hymen could have been broken earlier, say by using tampons or even playing sports.
In reality, all most of us actually need are pads, cups, or tampons—and maybe some pain relievers.
Even those who have been fortunate enough to find shelter may still not have access to pads or tampons, because not all shelters carry them.
Who would have thought that between the razors and tampons and tissue boxes, fashionable trinkets might await?
Another time she was penetrated in a shower with a device fashioned from a plastic spoon, tampons and a rubber glove.
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