In response to Kathy Gyngell: Everyone’s time of the month,
My father-in-law lives in Scotland. He’s going to identify as a woman and send his products to my wife in England.
14 Always pads at Waitrose cost 98p. You can buy 30 for £2.99. Exactly how long are these women ‘suffering’ from ‘period poverty’ menstruating for? All month?
They’ll need to impose border control to stop black marketeers shipping vanloads of the free product to Carlisle and points south to sell for cash. Then smuggling dementia patients on the return journey for the free care home places.
All I can say, is it is not normal men driving this. It is women and 0.001 per cent of men with mental problems who have been convinced the rest of us must pretend they are women. In other words a legal requirement to lie, and give voice to things that are patently untrue.
It’s not good what most women have to put up with, including ‘pregnant persons’, men in their sports and changing rooms, and now this. But it was radical feminists who brought us here.
Well, in 10 (3) it does state that ‘appropriate’ toilets are toilets other than those designated or intended for use only by male persons . . .
hmmmmm, I wonder how that particularly ghastly sexual discrimination slipped through ?