doesn’t include a disclaimer marking its content as fake news, and its layout could easily be mistaken for that of a regional news affiliate.

However, the web site is has been the source of a number of outlandish, falsified claims.

Okay another factor is that you may not be pushing the tampon in far enough.

You should change your tampon every 4-8 hours to prevent leakage and Toxic Shock Syndrome or TSS, (explained further down).

Some people need menstrual products, and some people don’t.

May as well make them free and available to everybody who might need them, just like toilet paper.

Sometimes there's even the loss of work-time and class or lecture attendance to add to the bill.” , Lindlar described how Parliament is ‘dominated by people without wombs’ and ‘people who will never experience periods’.

She added: “An overwhelmingly male government voted to carry on making money from our wombs, and although people of all genders have periods, this is yet another expense that disproportionately affects women.” Encouraging open dialogue over a topic which, she said, is still taboo, Lindlar added: “They're seen as an embarrassment, a source of shame, and something we should keep quiet about.In a campus-wide email, Nguyen explained the reasoning behind the decision: “There’s been a lot of conversation about why pads and tampons are a necessity, not a luxury, but not a lot of action.” Specifically, he wanted to make sure the products were available for free, given that “low-income students struggle with having the necessary funding for food,” and he didn’t want them to have to worry about being able to buy these items as well.What’s more, students all the gender spectrum may need access to these products, no matter what bathroom they prefer to use.Choose the correct absorbency for your flow (if you have a heavy flow then you should use a super absorbency tampon, but if you have a light or moderate flow, you should use regular or junior absorbency tampon).There are many different kinds of tampon applicators and they all have their trade-offs.Female students at Birmingham University will be able to take advantage of free sanitary products after a successful campaign by an officer at its student union.