Chris Roundell it’s not like tax there is a law that toilet paper and soap are free. Do you think we need a law that tampons should be? Sally Adams, I’m not arguing that. If you have limited funds you should bit have to choose food or hygiene products. A set amount is better than nothing. I know my town has a diaper bank. Our foodbank has some hygiene products. It shouldn’t be hard to set up a way to provide basic needs. Kevin John Is there a Blood stains are red ultraviolet lights are blue I watch enough murder show They’ll never find you shirt that states toilet paper and soap are free? If there is, then yes, tampons and pad should be too. Or women can just free bleed but I suspect many of you lads wouldn’t like that. If men bled for a week once a month, free tampons and pads would be available at every damn corner. There’s no such law as far as I know. Assuming that’s correct, what are arguing for? That business should choose to give out free tampons? I don’t object to them doing so, but I don’t know if that’s realistic. Kevin John, Yet you get free toilet paper to wipe your ass and freehand soap to wash your hands if you use it. Feminine hygiene products should be available for women in public bathrooms, just like toilet paper and soap are available free of charge. If you stop looking at tampons and pads as some kind of luxury item and look at them as hygiene products that are as necessary as your toilet paper and soap, maybe you’ll get it. Chris Roundell, you are taking every opportunity to pontificate and virtue signal, but missing every opportunity to express yourself meaningfully. I get that you want tampons to be free, and I get why you feel justified in demanding that. What I don’t get is who you think should be forced to pay for them and how.