Let’s reiterate basic human biology: A period is the flow of menstrual blood approximately two weeks after ovulation. If you don’t ovulate, you don’t have a period.
Pretending the confines of biology and physics do not apply does not make it so.
All of these marvelous advancements in femme-engineering can only mean one thing: it’s time to admit that the planned obsolescence of the female on Earth is nearly complete.
What these women don’t know is that their yucky form of protest not only makes them look stupid, but mean.
Amy Schumer’s latest period-related shenanigans at Sunday’s Emmy Awards could make anyone question whether she’s ever had a period before.
A female high school student in Vermont uses the boy’s bathroom because she claims she is a boy. She has periods. She is female.
Why it’s effective for the Left to treat the personal as the political—even something as personal as women’s periods.
Society has got to stop enabling the harmful fantasies of the transgender community, both for their sake and for ours.
How comfortable will menstruating young women feel attending school if they don’t have female-only bathrooms? The Third World knows.
Bruce Jenner might become an imitation of woman, with artificial breasts and hormone injections, but he will never be a girl who became a woman.
Apparently, menstrual pads are ‘medical devices,’ which means the government thinks it needs to tell women which we are allowed to use and how.
We’ve come to look at birth control as a way to control our lives while ignoring potential and serious psychological, physical, and social consequences.
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