Last March, the Labor, elected opposition in the Scottish Parliament accepted: “I don’t want to be remembered as a tampon lady, but if it is so, then it is so!” “ Since, on Tuesday evening, the Chamber of Deputies in Edinburgh, Holyrod unanimously voted their bill establishing free sanitation protections for all, the label may stick on their skin for a long time. Over the last four years, it must be said, with the support of grassroots feminist organizations, much has been done to make Scotland the world’s first nation to end the ‘uncertainty of menstruation’. Initially faced with the suspicion of some old Scottish Parliament candy – “Supporting case, not worthy of debate in Parliament”, One responded to them succinctly – Monica Lennon convinced left separatists (SNP) in power in Scotland, who had long been concerned about the cost of the free measure for communities. “It will bring a huge change in the lives of women and girls, Scottish Labor spokesman for health says. There is turmoil in the way rules are adopted in public discussions. A few years ago there was never an open debate in the House on menstruation and now it has become a major topic. I hope it inspires other countries… ”
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