I use maxi pads exclusively and never tampons. Am I normal? Literally all of my female friends and family members use tampons primarily. More U. I did, however, get some up-to-date numbers from Euromonitor , a market research company that tracks sales of female hygiene products in 81 countries. It found that American women ages 12 to 54 bought, on average, maxi pads in — but only 66 tampons that same year.
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No sooner had Puea Chat spokeswoman Ketpreeya Kaewsanmuang raised the issue of high taxes on tampons than she was in trouble. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and Digital Economy and Society Minister Buddhipongse Punnakanta, seized by anger, lambasted her information as "fake news" and vowed legal action, but stopped short of attempting to make any actual sense of the matter. It is understood that the media which picked up the issue and academics who offered viewpoints over the controversy are to be punished. However, Ms Ketpreeya stood by her claim and denied she had a hidden motive to attack the government. The MP cited an April 17, cabinet resolution on a draft law stating that tampons are cosmetic products. Putting the product in that category risks it being reclassified in terms of its tax status, she said. It's unfortunate the government has no intention to clarify the executive decree cited by the MP.
Virginity and menstruation myths behind Asia's tampon taboo
By Hannah Sparks. November 16, pm Updated November 16, pm. Their latest cheap thrill? Feminine hygiene products.
T he Olympic swimmer Fu Yuanhui made waves last week with her candid comment in a post-race interview that she was on her period. While people praised Fu for talking about periods openly, they failed to see any feminist angle feminism is not a concept familiar to most people in China. Chinese internet users instead focused on the fact that Fu was swimming during her period at all. Not a single person I know uses them.