You’ll do a double-take when you see what one university is putting in men’s restrooms

Woke ideology has gotten so pervasive and overbearing that conservatives are now winning the culture wars in public opinion polling among Americans overall.

College campuses, meanwhile, have increasingly turned into bastions of insanity.

And you’ll do a double-take when you see what one university is putting in men’s restrooms.

Because it’s 2022 and everything is crazy, UCLA is now offering menstrual products in all of its restrooms on campus – including the men’s room.

Apparently women have gotten so strong and independent, no doubt thanks to the tireless efforts of campus wokesters, that they’re now recruiting their menstrual cycles for the rest of us.

One student of microbiology, immunology, and molecular genetics helpfully explains, “individuals who do not identify as female can also menstruate and need access to these products in their respective bathrooms.”

UCLA instituted this policy earlier this month, as a new California law mandates all public schools and colleges provide “free menstrual products” starting in the 2022-2023 school year, according to a report by University’s student newspaper.

The Daily Bruin says that UCLA is now stocking the menstrual supplies in more than 50 percent of restrooms – above the amount recommended by the state – and that the products can be found in “men’s, women’s and gender-neutral restrooms.”

Isabel Light is a fourth-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student and says that “Individuals who do not identify as female can also menstruate and need access to these products in their respective bathrooms. Those students that menstruate that don’t identify as women – they’re going to have access to period products too because they also need period products.”

Light has seen the light for a while now as she is a co-director of BruiNecessities, which has provided menstrual products on UCLA’s campus in the past – and she’s not alone.

Tayloneei Jackson is the Student Wellness Commissioner for the Undergraduate Students Association Council and says, “It was important to ensure the university would prioritize inclusiveness and supply all bathrooms, including men’s. When students look back at this moment, they will be able to see the history, the fight, the passion and the determination that went into the project.”

Poetic, almost, and everyone must do their part.

Martin Luther King may have marched so that everyone would be judged by the content of their character, but he’s got nothing on these UCLA students who are truly on the cutting edge of the next great civil rights issue of our time: free tampons for the self-identified “men” who need them the most.

What will they think of next?

Do we even want to know?

Stay tuned to Blue State Blues for any updates to this ongoing story.


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