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High School Put Tampon Dispensers In The Boys’ Bathrooms – You’ll Be So Proud Of How The Boys Responded (Photo)

Last week, photographs surfaced showing a hilarious protest staged by male students at Lakeridge High School in Oregon against the state’s “Menstrual Dignity Act” or HB 3294 of 2021.

The legislation mandated the installation of female hygiene product dispensers in all bathrooms within public schools, including those designated for male students.

Lakeridge High School has sanitary pad and tampon dispensers in every bathroom, including the boys’ bathrooms, where one dispenser was placed into a stall’s toilet. Photos of the abandoned dispenser were shared online. Per an email from the school sent to parents, this was not the first time.

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“In the last weeks, we have been combating vandalism in the boy’s bathrooms. Students have been taking the tampon dispensers down and placing them inside the toilets. We would like your help in stopping this form of vandalism,” the email read. “[Lake Oswego School District] provides menstrual products for students at no cost.”
Oh, you “would like our help” in stopping this totally normal and commendable response to an insane, destructive ideology??
Photos from the “incident” below:

Several social media users applauded the act and mocked the state’s Democrats who passed the measure.

“Boys in the boys restroom at Lakeridge High School in Lake Oswego, OR are showing the school how they feel about having feminine hygiene dispensers in their space. Honestly, what did the @ORHouseDems and the school expect? This is a complete joke and a waste of education funds, which is on par for Oregon Democrats,” one user wrote.

LOSD provides menstrual products for students at no cost. These products are available in all K-12 bathrooms, as part of the Menstrual Dignity for Students Program. Oregon’s Menstrual Dignity Act – passed in 2021 as House Bill 3294 – requires schools to provide menstrual products in gender-neutral, male and female restrooms, making them available to more than 552,000 K-12 students, 85,000 community college students and 96,500 public university students statewide.”