Megan Kelly has always slammed women for describing women as “bodies with female genitalia” in the company’s sanitary product brochures, saying, “We are women.”
conservative podcaster and critic megyn kelly Acquired Women’s Hygiene Company Always. A woman is called “a body with female reproductive organs”.
She denounced the company’s pamphlet entitled “The Always ‘Adolescence and Confidence’ Guide for Parents and Caregivers,” which referred to developing young women as “adolescents with female genitalia.”
The company did not use the terms “girl” and “daughter” in the guide, instead using “youth” and “child”.
In response to the, DailyMail.com In an article about the pamphlet’s publication, Kelly tweeted, “Always dear folks, we are not ‘bodies with female reproductive organs.'”
Conservative podcaster and commentator Megan Kelly has accused the feminine hygiene company Always of labeling women as “bodies with female genitalia.”
In response to a DailyMail.com article, Kelly defended women against the ‘inhuman’ reduction of their genitals that the brand is trying to impose.
“We are women. Girls.
On page 1 of its 22-page pamphlet, the company inserted a sentence: “It’s important for all young people to understand puberty and menstruation from an early age and prepare for the changes they and others they know.”
Kelly’s pamphlet drew attention, prompting Twitter users to declare that “Always” would be the next target for a conservative boycott.
“From now on, they will no longer be a ‘top-notch’ health food brand,” wrote one user.
“Always is now trying to kill women who buy their products,” wrote another poster, adding, “#boycotttalways.”
The pamphlet was included in a “puberty kit” designed by the brand, which included menstrual pads and panty liners, and was distributed to students at schools.
In the section on the menstrual cycle, the guide says, “Every month, the female reproductive body prepares for pregnancy.”
A teacher who recently received an adolescent kit, who requested anonymity for fear of accusations of transphobia, said the flyer was likely to be “very confusing” for young women.
In a 22-page pamphlet it planned to distribute to school-aged children, the brand wrote, “A brief review of the changes young people with female genitalia go through during puberty.”
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“I think girls have a hard time understanding how this relates to their bodies and their experiences,” the teacher added.
“The child’s understanding is that a ‘corpse with female reproductive organs’ may not be immediately recognizable as a girl, especially if English is not her native language or requires additional learning. be.”
Miri Hill, author of the best-selling book about female puberty, My Periods, said, “There is nothing more inhuman and offensive than a ‘female reproductive body’.”
“Sadly, this is yet another example of companies trying to exclude women and ignore their needs in a rush to appease trans activists.”
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12136907/Megyn-Kelly-slams-referring-women-bodies-female-sex-organs.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Megan Kelly slams women for always calling them ‘bodies with female genitalia’