I’m not sure what the problem is for the trannies. Men believe they are women, right? So doesn’t the female symbol represent them?
And women who think they are men, they’d use the sanitary product because their genitals happen to be bleeding. It’s not because they are women menstruating, right?
Sanitary pads without the feminine symbol on the wrapping are now expected to hit stores in January 2020. Procter & Gamble’s decision to kowtow to a tiny, tiny fraction of population, however, has outraged women, who are now boycotting the brand.
Leading feminist campaigner Julie Bindel told The Mail on Sunday: ‘Removing the female symbol from sanitary towel packaging is basically denying the existence of women.
‘We’re now moving towards the total elimination of women’s biology. The women’s symbol has been used by feminists for decades. This is pure cowardice and virtue signalling from these big corporate brands who are capitulating to the trans agenda.’
Women on social media sites also aired their fury at the decision by P&G.
Maya Forstater, a women’s rights advocate who lost her job as a think tank tax expert for saying transgender women are not women, tweeted: ‘The venus sign in biology is used to represent the female sex (you know, the ONLY people who will ever need these products). It does not represent gender identity.’