Friday’s episode of Loose Women saw Nadia Sawalha share her delight at the news that Boots have decided to remove the ‘Feminine Hygiene’ sign from their stores at the end of the day. this year
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Loose Women fans were unimpressed with Sunetra Sarker when they watched the show Friday.
The latest episode of the ITV show saw panelist Nadia Sawalha mention it Boots has announced that they will be removing the signs for ‘feminine hygiene’ from their stores.
“I’m really excited about this,” she said. “They’ll no longer call the hygiene products ‘Feminine Hygiene’ and later in the year, in the store aisles, it will be called ‘Period Products’. Hallelujah!
“Everyone campaigned for this
“Really? I don’t agree,” Sunetra quickly countered, before adding: “I love it. Feminine hygiene is for a lot of things related to periods and everything to do with what I am. really don’t want to tell people about all the time..
“If I go with my son, say he’s 12 or 13, and I take him down the aisle during his period, I’ll let him know – that might not be what I necessarily always do. want it to know.
“Also, I think there’s a girl rule when it comes to periods. We all talk about it but inviting that aisle to say ‘Times Walk’ makes me feel a bit out of place.” she added.
“I’m so shocked!” Nadia replied. “Because if your son is menstruating, this period is like the strength of women, our brilliance. Your son wouldn’t be here without your period!”
“I get it, that’s not the point, the point is to label it,” Sunetra responded as Nadia rammed: “No, tell the truth what it is!”
“I may not want to share that information with the people who are following me, and I think I still have a stigma that likes to know when it’s mine…” Sunetra then said as Nadia continued. stare.
Viewers watching at home were unimpressed with Sunetra’s comment and took to Twitter to comment.
One person posted: “This woman in blue is making me angry.
Another tweeted: “Why is there a taboo on period products and period talk? They’re part of everyday life and they’re natural, time to get rid of them. stigma!! #LooseWomen.”
A third viewer commented: “As a man, I find it hard to understand why women don’t want to talk about menstruation. It’s really annoying when they don’t tell you about it, I don’t want to. Ignore it. Half of the population has a last name, that’s normal, there’s nothing shameful or dirty or anything. #LooseWomen @loosewomen.”
Another posted: “Feminine hygiene is not recommended because nothing about your period is unhygienic, menstruation says exactly what it is, we should never be ashamed to have our period and we should include all those who bleed. # Loose women.”
Loose Women airs at 12:30pm on weekdays on ITV and ITV Hub.
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