He honestly believes vaginas drip fluids constantly like a leaky faucet. He honestly and truly believes that. Really.
She red-pilled JK Rowling on the Trans Question.She's done a lot more in her short life than those morons will ever do.
To be fair, it was the troons' behaviour towards Magdalen that ultimately redpilled Rowling. Magdalen simply gained her respect.She red-pilled JK Rowling on the Trans Question.
A US mother of four is attempting to break down the 'period taboo' by sending her two teenage sons to school equipped with tampons and pads.
Tara Ahrens, 41, was confronted by an article earlier last year, which told the story of a woman whose period started during a hike, when she wasn't prepared with supplies. Fortunately, a man on the trail was carrying supplies and shared them with her, explaining it was 'no big deal' as he grew up with a mum and sisters.
Tara Ahrens, 41, thought of the idea after reading a similar situation in an article. (Supplied)
"That article really stuck with me, it's one of those things that can be such a big deal and such a taboo subject and it really made me think, why is that?" Tara tells 9Honey from her home in Indiana.
"What is taboo about a body doing what it's made to do? Fifty per cent of us are women, so why should this be such a shameful subject?"
In the United States, one in five girls are missing time in class due to not having access to period products. She adds that not many schools carry sanitary items - with most schools charging students for the products – also adding that her children's high school doesn't stock them at all.
Tara spoke to her two sons – Elijah 16, and Micah, 15 – and floated the idea of them carrying tampons in their backpack, should one of the girls at school find themselves in an emergency.
"They didn't say much at first, which is fine because they normally think things over," she recalls.
Tara's sons, Micah, 15, and Elijah, 16. (Supplied)
"But I did give them to them and they were totally fine with it, they took them to school and told their close friends that they had them just in case."
Elijah received a small amount of mocking from a couple of boys who insinuated the products were for him, but Tara says her eldest son wasn't fazed and was more interested in ensuring the girls and transgender boys at his school felt comfortable asking him.
"They have transgender kids at their school and he always wants to make sure that they feel safe. So, if a transgender boy is starting his period, he's more likely to go to Elijah than to a girl," Tara adds.
Elijah wanted to be there for some of the transgender kids at school. (Supplied)
Micah, however, received flak about the sanitary products from a group of girls in his grade, which caused the 15-year-old some frustration.
"[Micah] was like, 'Why do you care? It's just a nice thing in case somebody needs something,'" Tara says.
The proud mum says her boys took things a step further, with Elijah asking she provide him with pads for the girls who can't use tampons, and Micah letting his female friends know he always has a spare jumper in his locker in case someone "needs to tie it around their waist to get through the day."
Tara, her husband of 17 years and their four children. (Supplied)
Tara and her husband of 17 years also have two daughters, and hope that by helping to normalise bodily functions like periods, their daughters will have an easier future.
"I'm just trying to do little things just little small teaching moments to erase some of these taboos and things related to gender," she adds.
"Our period companies are hiding it, and making it seem like this shameful secret that is only between women and I disagree, I think it's a human bodily function.
"If it's no big deal, it's no big deal for everyone, so it should be no big deal to offer help and kindness." Tara believes kindness "makes all the difference in the world" and can change an individual's life.
"I tell my boys, 'Be that person, be the one that steps out of their way to be kind,'" she adds.
"Be aware that menstruation is completely normal and there is nothing scary or wrong about it."
While this may seem a little embarrassing, it looks more like a failed progressive attempt to introduce feminine hygiene products to a bunch of immature high schoolers, as opposed to actual lolcowdom. Walking around with those robot babies from psychology class can produce equally embarrassing results.Anyone wanna introduce these boys to Jonny?
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It looks like they are shopping for girls' underwear here?
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‘My teenage boys carry a tampon and pad in their backpacks because gender taboo!’: Boy mom raising teen sons to ‘see past’ menstruation taboo, respond with ‘kindness, understanding’"As I was driving one day, I looked at my boys in the rearview mirror and nonchalantly told them they should carry a tampon in case one of their friends had an emergency. 'Bleed-throughs happen,' I explained. 'Kindness and understanding from ANY friend goes a long way. Be that person.'"www.lovewhatmatters.com
It's a good job that the transgender boys feel more comfortable asking the boys-with-dicks rather than the girls-with-vaginas, when they need a tampon: 'No I totally haven't had this up my ass, Brandon'.
Unless, unless he goes the full Huppert in "The Piano Teacher" and gets into genital area slicing. It's a logical progression for masochistic trannies. Watch this film through the transwoman lens. It makes more sense.Bah! If you really want "I R WAMMIN" points for stink ditch festering, you'd skip the herbal tea & go straight to the vodka/scotch/tequila (sans salt & lemon, as that's just gay!). Herbal tea is for weaklings & feeling smug is pointless. Use that erratic hormonal stew coursing through your veins, be a true WAMMIN & go start a fight with a neighbor or total stranger over a parking spot, then cry about it for 3 hours before eating 3x your body weight in chocolate & salt. Jonny can have a stink ditch made for him, but it will never bleed every 28 days nor will it birth a child & he will never know hormonally induced RAGE. Even with Troon Candy (estrogen & anti-androgens), the tampon sucker will never know the real XX experience.
True story: Back when the earth was still cooling, Gillette thought it would be a good idea to give every boy in my backwater Indiana high school a can of their then-new Edge shaving gel. By the time the day was over, as you've surely already deduced, every flat surface in that school was festooned with long streams of shaving cream, which—as it turns out—does not come out easily without staining, at all.While this may seem a little embarrassing, it looks more like a failed progressive attempt to introduce feminine hygiene products to a bunch of immature high schoolers, as opposed to actual lolcowdom. Walking around with those robot babies from psychology class can produce equally embarrassing results.
Jon probably would not go near these cis guys because he's a straight man.
I dread to think what that disgustingly manky bucket is used for.Unless, unless he goes the full Huppert in "The Piano Teacher" and gets into genital area slicing. It's a logical progression for masochistic trannies. Watch this film through the transwoman lens. It makes more sense.
Dry up underwear? wtf is going on in his undies?
I suppose he thinks women run around in a constant state of pumping out lubrication or something. Sorry Jonny, not so much. God he's so nasty. This puts the lie to his claims of being a hermaphrodite, because if he had a pussy, he would know how they fucking work! What a tard, can't keep his story straight at all.Dry up underwear? wtf is going on in his undies?