Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed the Menstrual Dignity Act into law in 2021, requiring all schools — elementary, middle, and high schools — to place period products in all bathrooms with instructions on how to use them.
The Governor of Oregon passed the Menstrual Dignity Act which requires all schools (elementary, middle, & high) starting next year place period products in all bathrooms (boys and girls) with instructions on how to use it. pic.twitter.com/8CMejAG5JH
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) May 1, 2022
During the 2021-22 school year, the Portland Public School (PPS) board began a phased approach to the legislation by placing free, accessible menstrual products in female and all-gender bathrooms in comprehensive high schools, says a PPS release.
That effort is being expanded in the 2022-23 school year by placing menstrual products in all restrooms (male, female, and all-gender) “in every PPS building where education occurs.”
Because Gov. Brown and the PPS think men can get periods too.
The ‘Party of Science’ with their inverted concept of biology.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signed the Menstrual Dignity Act into law in 2021, and is now requiring all schools — elementary, middle, and high schools — to place period products in male & female bathrooms with instructions on how to use them.
PULL YOUR KIDS OUT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS NOW.
— Robert Wilkinson (@RobertW41590898) May 2, 2022
Portland Public Schools is insane
Boys do not need tampons
Boys do not have periods
Boys do not have uterine linings that shed monthly
This is degrading to women and girls https://t.co/k2OPXi7Mnj
— Phil Holloway™ ⚖️✈️ 😁 (@PhilHollowayEsq) April 27, 2022
From The Post Millennial:
PPS has ordered 500 dispensers to be installed in all elementary and middle school girls’ bathrooms, and more will be installed in remaining bathrooms — “including boys’ restrooms, next year.”
“Instructions for how to use tampons and pads will be posted in all bathrooms,” PPS wrote in a statement to families.
PPS schools are also required to provide education on puberty that includes menstruation. All k-12 schools are provided basic lessons around the four pillars of “menstruation dignity,” including privacy, inclusivity, access, and education.
“This education…is accessible to students of all genders and all abilities,” the statement read.