Mayo Clinic, 8 May It also goes without saying that man would literally not exist if it weren’t for periods. Add a personal note. However, in third world countries where not even food or water is funded, it would make minimal sense to fund feminine hygiene products. However, it could also be argued that nobody chooses to be born therefore everything should be provided for us; food, clothing, shelter, education – the works. This article has 0 comments.
Please enter the email address that you use to login to TeenInk. That “trash shoot” is the cervix, and once a month, assuming you’re not pregnant, menstrual blood flows from the uterus through a small opening in the cervix and passes out of the body through the vagina. No woman chooses to have a period, and society demands we use these products. My persuasive essay topic will be on the infamous tampon tax. These are not luxuries.
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They should be covered under food stamps and available in homeless shelters and food banks. Last June, Canada became the first country to exempt women’s sanitary products from its sales tax. Unfortunately, due to the general awkwardness and lack of understanding surrounding menstruation, these necessary feminine hygiene products, these products that allow a woman to work, or to tqx to school, or to esxay not bleed into her clothing while she’s eating lunch, are taxed in the United States as a luxury good, instead of a necessity.
Yes, I’m talking about pads and tampons. There are only tools to make it less horrible. Telegraph Media Group, 6 Aug.
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The luxury tax on tampons essentially taxes women for their periods. For low income females; absolutely.
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We recommend using Google Chrome. In the United States, women who menstruate are not granted leave from their work. Condoms, although a form of birth control, are not a taxed item because they are seen as a necessity instead of what tampons are seen as, a luxury. It’s not actually that cute.
The Nemours Foundation, 01 June Just like toilet paper, we can manage without — it would be gross but we can manage. I mean, we gotta clean our asses to avoid embarrassment, stains etc.
I am glad the country can unite behind such a noble cause, because taxing tampons is clearly unfair. Items that should not be taxed, or actual necessities, are things such as food, water, and basic health needs. Tampons and pads are luxury items! Feminine hygiene products are not luxury items, they are basic human necessities.
Half the world has periods. It is a bit out of mind to ask for free gender based-items; men require more food than women, so should they get more, free food? The tampon tax also raises the issue of classism. By Mayo Clinic Staff.
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Feminine hygiene products are not expensive. A young girl in middle school rushes to the bathroom after immediate blood rushes to her face, and to her underwear. Maybe water should be free because I need it. Many women would say NO!
There are shelters for the homeless that supply many basic needs, but women are usually fampon from majority of the shelters. Throughout history, women have always had a limited amount of rights. Fortunately, I am not the only one to be outraged by this. Essaj are many petitions to sign to convince or even force the government to lift the tax on sanitary products for women.
Women are forced to pay thousands of dollars for something completely out of their control and on top of that, the luxury tax proves that sexism still exists in our country.