Megyn Kelly Has Had ENOUGH Of Woke: See What Retailer She Is Taking On Now

Written By BlabberBuzz | Sunday, 04 June 2023 02:15
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A feminine hygiene product maker has come under fire for referring to women as “bodies with female sex organs” in a pamphlet titled “Always’ Puberty and Confidence Guide for Parents and Carers."

Megyn Kelly, a journalist, took to Twitter to express her displeasure, stating, “Dear Always: we are not ‘bodies with female sex organs’. We are WOMEN. GIRLS. And we are the only ones who get periods and buy products from your pathetic, dehumanizing, and apparently misogynistic brand. Got it?”

The pamphlet, which includes an explainer on “Change during puberty,” is handed out together with “puberty kits” that include period pads and panty liners in specially marked packages that the brand sends to schools. Always neglects to use the word “girls” or “daughters” — instead frequently referencing “young people” or “child” in the pamphlet.

“It’s important for all young people to understand about puberty and periods from an early age, to prepare them for the changes they, or someone they know, will experience,” the pamphlet reads.

The pamphlet also advises, “Encourage your child to change their tampon every 4 to 8 hours. If your child sleeps longer than that, it’s better to wear a pad,”

Kelly’s reaction on Twitter was met with support from other users, with some calling for a boycott of the brand. One user wrote, “They will no longer be a ‘leading’ sanitary products brand after this,” while another added, “Women products, not ‘bodies with female sex organs’.”


Always’ parent company, Procter & Gamble, has not yet commented on the matter.

This incident is the latest in a series of culture wars surrounding the hot-button issue of sexual and gender identity. Bud Light’s recent marketing partnership with transgender social media influencer Dylan Mulvaney sparked an angry backlash, leading to declining sales of the Anheuser-Busch brand.

Similarly, Target, the nationwide retail chain, has lost $10 billion in market valuation over the last ten days as the popular retailer continues to face backlash over its Pride-themed clothing line for children. Kohl’s is the latest big retailer facing calls for a boycott after shoppers found gay Pride gear for babies — with some calling it “time for a Bud-Lighting.”