Menstrual products are being added to boys’ bathrooms in Oregon schools

Somehow U.S. schools have gone from teaching young people basic truths about the world to teaching them that both girls and boys menstruate.

A new law in Oregon, just signed by Gov. Kate Brown, of course, a Democrat, requires elementary, middle, and high schools to put menstrual products and instructions into all bathrooms, for males and females.

Because you can be subject to female-only bodily functions – and still be totally a boy!

Videos of vending machines for menstrual products in boys bathrooms at Oregon schools have begun to circulate after Brown signed the outrageously named “Menstrual Dignity Act” into law.

That’s actual law. In Oregon. It passed in the Oregon legislature in 2021, and all school restrooms will need to have the supplies by June 2023.

Asked about the act in a recent interview with Oregon Public Broadcasting, Oregon Department of Education director Colt Gill said that the law was designed to help school districts “understand how they can be supportive of all students” and “what pronouns that they choose to use at school.”

In other words, Oregon schools are preparing students for life by immersing them in a totally contrived, falsified la-la land where grown-ups and even biology cater to their whims.

The Daily Mail reported the story, but after reaching out to both Portland Public Schools and the Oregon Department of Education for comment the paper had yet to hear back.

After the bill’s passage, the Family Research Council released a statement which read in part, “Thanks to the Menstrual Dignity Act that just passed in Oregon, local taxpayers are now on the hook for thousands of new tampon dispensers in boys’ bathrooms.”

When a similar bill in was up for debate in the Illinois legislature, state Rep. Avery Bourne (R) had a more practical take: ”When you give a grade-school boy something that’s adhesive, they’re going to put it in places. These products are not inexpensive, and they are going to be misused if they are placed in elementary school boys’ bathrooms.”


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