The ACLU is saying that legislation is needed to put tampons in men's rooms in order to achieve 'menstrual equity.' Having served over 14 years in the Texas Legislature, Debbie Riddle has something to say about that. “It’s beyond sad. So Tragic. They are taking attention and time away from problems they should be solving --- like human trafficking!”
The group also favors menstrual products in all public shelters and schools. They have stated that it wasn't a "full or accurate portrayal" to say that women are the only ones who "menstruate." We asked Riddle what she thought about their legislative tool kit. "These insane people talking about men doing what only women can do!. Give me a break! If they want to do something meaningful, then they should be involved with helping make our society safer and better.”
On "International Men's Day," the ACLU declared that men could both get their periods and give birth.