“This program promotes dignity and respect for women by allowing them access to feminine care products,” said Mayor Nancy Rotering. “Feminine hygiene products are a basic part of women’s health and are as necessary as toilet paper. It’s time to remove the social stigma and economic barriers around menstruation, a factor for more than half of the population at one time or another.”
In 2013, the United Nations declared that menstrual hygiene is a basic health and human rights issue.
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