Oregon’s Four Pillars Of Menstrual Dignity

Oregon’s Four Pillars Of Menstrual Dignity

Oregon’s Four Pillars Of Menstrual Dignity

Lawd ya’ll, I know it’s Sunday, and here I am writing about Oregon’s four pillars of menstrual dignity. My apologies right up front. But we need to mock it right now, just like the high school boys did in Lakeridge High School in Portland, Oregon.

What in the world has happened to us where we think we need to put tampon dispensers in the boys’ bathroom in high school. Forget “smoking in the boys’ room,” now we have menstruating in the boys’ room.

Portland has a Menstrual Dignity Act (HB 3294, 2021), which, at a glance…..

Requires free menstrual products to be provided for all students, K-12, in all public school buildings in Oregon. – Oregon.gov

As the writer at PJ Media points out, this law was made during the height of the pandemic in 2021 while schools were closed and in-person lawmaking was limited. They say to make girls who want to be boys welcomed in the male-gendered bathrooms in the name of making menstrual products free to all students.

But They Are Girls

But they’re girls who have a menstrual cycle. If girls are pretending to be boys, something else is happening, and it’s between the ears.

This video is from a year ago, and the person they interviewed, Sasha Grenier, sounded like she just made it up on the fly and did not give any real answers when asked how to meet the needs of the students with this new Menstrual Dignity Act. It’s so stupid that I am even having to type out those three words, “Menstrual Dignity Act.” We are not a serious country.

Oregon has a huge transgender population, apparently, and according to WiseVoter, it is ranked number 17th out of the 50 states of the United States of America. So this “fad” is not going away any time soon. It looks like it is here to stay. So, expect more of this co-mingling of the sexes and more confusion forced upon the youth.

But as stated earlier, the boys aren’t having any of it. Thank goodness! Now, I should probably type right now that I do not endorse any sort of vandalism. There, I typed it. But the WTF Portland Facebook Group is having a field day with it.

WTF Portland Facebook Group

There are some 500 + comments on the group’s post. And with a wide variety of responses. If you have nothing else to do today and want to be entertained, I guess that’s something you could go read.

Feature Image: Ben Schumin from Montgomery Village, Maryland, USA, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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  • Hate_me says:

    High school boys get nosebleeds. At least, they did back when they could settle their differences with fists instead of guns, bombs, and weaponized suicides.

    A tampon dispenser in the boys room could actually prove useful.

    • Liz says:

      Yes. That’s what a boy will do after a fistfight in high school (which would have to be a very quiet fist fight, if the nose bleeder is free to walk around with his bloody nose and go to the restroom to take care of personal hygiene after). He will go to the tampon dispenser and walk around the school with a tampon sticking out of his nose.

      • GWB says:

        Why would it have to be sticking out of his nose? You open it and use the insides to stop the bleeding.

        In long ago years, military men used to use tampons to shine their shoes/boots. The insides are much finer and more consistent than cotton balls. So, they opened them up and spit shined away.

        • Liz says:

          I raised sons. I don’t see them putting tampons up their nose and walking around the school. They did use them as pretend “missiles” when they were five and didn’t know what they were. LOL

  • JAW3 says:

    What are the four pillars of menstrual dignity? I need more background for a proper mocking.

    • GWB says:

      Yeah, Carol missed the opportunity to list them.
      Maybe she couldn’t handle typing out that level of stupidity?

      Here they are:

      I think the boys just gave them some education.

  • Ming O'Mongo says:

    I guess it was National Lampoon that published a short story, “Stacked Like Me”. The protagonist thought it would be keen to understand better the psychology of boob-ballooned strippers if he got silicone injections. Having big boobs left him unsure that he was having the full experience . . . well, it involved a tampon.

  • Liz says:

    It is too early for this nonsense. Still on my first cup of coffee.
    I’d say the four “pillars of menstrual dignity” is a metaphor for luxury belief systems.
    The government, in its infinite wisdom has built up a tier of de facto government work projects which the majority of society doesn’t recognize as government work projects because the funding is indirect (same with government censorship projects, very similar). These have cultivated luxury belief systems for people who otherwise wouldn’t be able to hold an honest job in the real world. They become administrators and so forth. They come up with ideas like four tiers of menstrual dignity to validate their own existence.

    • GWB says:

      Yes, Progressivism is very much a luxury belief system. It’s founded on the concept that “progress” has made us capable of defying logic, reason, and even nature, in order to throw out all the old restrictions on behavior.

      And yes, part of it is being able to not have to worry about your next meal. Consequences would spell the end to Progressivism’s more obvious excesses.

  • GWB says:

    Oregon has a huge transgender population, apparently
    Yep. All those AntiFa types – they are overwhelmingly “non-binary” and sex offenders. Aside from the good Kyle Rittenhouse did by supporting the 2A that night, he also shot a couple of perverts and removed them from the population.

    I do wonder about that photo, though. It looks… wrong. The toilet paper dispenser is waaaay forward of the actual toilet, and that’s a huge space. It could be the handicapped stall, but it almost looks like a gender-non-specific bathroom. The idea is the right response, though.

  • Wfjag says:

    Why do children of any gender who are in kindergarten (or even with a few exceptions for those held back a couple of grades and “early bloomers”) in need of tampon dispensers?

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