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1998 Gaming Magazine

Hindsight is hilarious.

playstation: how long does it have?

into eternity and forever

Project X: is it for real?


Dreamcast: can it be stopped?

in its tracks

nintendo 64: can it survive

it could survive the seventy-fifth annual hunger games armed with nothing but a mildly rotten cantaloupe and a set of assembly instructions for an ikea desk

In the United States, access to tampons and pads for low-income women is a real problem, too: food stamps don’t cover feminine hygiene products, so some women resort to selling their food stamps in order to pay for “luxuries” like tampons. Women in prison often don’t have access to sanitary products at all, and the high cost of a product that half the population needs multiple times a day, every month for approximately 30 years, is simply, well, bullshit.

- The case for free tampons (via stuffmomnevertoldyou)

You know, I don’t think I’ve ever heard anybody suggest that toilet paper or paper towels in public bathrooms shouldn’t be free.  We’d consider it outrageous if that very basic necessity were to be missing, or provided only for purchase.

And yet.

(via animatedamerican)

lol They’re not free? You know who pays for them? The owner of the public bathroom. Just like how you need to buy toilet paper and paper towels for your own home.. Just like tampons and pads.

Let’s say you can buy 16 tampons for $4.. 16 tampons, 5 day period, about 3 a day.. $4 a month.. $48 a year..

It’s not the system.

(via humanist-blogger)

Except you, personally, do not pay for the toilet paper.
You’re really not comprehending any of the arguments for feminism that you’re replying to. Just stop embarrassing yourself.

(via british-lady-dragon)
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