- Scotland’s government announced it would be testing out a program providing free sanitary products to people with periods, becoming the first country to do so.
- According to the Scotsman, the six-month pilot program will start off by sending sanitary products to three secondary schools, a college and a range of nonprofits and charities like Women’s Aid, an organization that provides support for domestic violence victims.
- The move is a significant step in combating “period poverty,” a term used to describe the lack of access many people have to menstrual products. Read more (7/12/17)
What would you do, if someday, your future child decided not to follow a vegan lifestyle and wanted to experience eating/utilizing animal products?