Oregon University Plans To Cater To "Men" That Get Their Periods...
We are living in an odd time where some females feel inclined to call themselves men. The overly PC Oregon State University is trying to accommodate these confused females and is going as far as adding feminine hygiene products to the men's room. So the "men" can deal with their periods in their preferred bathrooms.
"The Memorial Union and Student Experience Center will be including free feminine hygiene products and installing hygiene bins in all restrooms, regardless of gender. The installation will take place this winter term.
Both the MU and SEC, along with all other student-fee funded buildings were chosen by the Associated Students of Oregon State University to apply the initiative to their restrooms. According to the ASOSU Queer Affairs Coordinator, Julian Chu, this decision was made to fulfill the needs of people that have a menstruation without discriminating by gender and those who cannot afford personal hygiene products.
“With the increasing numbers of homelessness and poverty in Corvallis, this will be able to alleviate student’s budgets to other things such as food/groceries, books, gas, rent, etc.,” said Chu.
According to Chu, this initiative will help students who are struggling financially and aims to help these students attain other necessities without worrying about personal hygiene products.
“We are adding these resources to all bathrooms, as not all students who menstruate are female-identified, some may identify as LGBTQIA+, male, other, etc. Those students may not be comfortable entering a specific bathroom if we provided these resources only in a specific bathroom, and would exclude them from receiving these resources,” Chu said via email."
"Providing these services to all genders is absolutely necessary in serving the needs of the student body and also to shape an inclusive future students want to see, and that the world needs," she said.
The installation of new products and dispensers will cost the Memorial Union and Student Experience Center around $2,000, the report noted.
Chu added that the end goal is to have dispensers available in every campus building and have the school paying for all student menstrual products."
The school is not going to just eat the cost, it is going to become part of tuition. Whereas it might be a nice thing to offer to the females, they are going to go to waste in the men's room and we really shouldn't be encouraging these confused youths.