Petitioning Assosicated Students San Diego State University

Aztecs for FREE tampons

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The Issue:

Talking about periods is taboo. Why? Society has stunted the conversation surrounding women’s health while taxing feminine hygiene products as a luxury.


A luxury tax is a tax that is placed on products/services that are deemed to be unnecessary or non-essential. This means they’re not made available in most public restrooms, and when they are it’s for a cost.


Our campaign is to change the feminine hygiene product policy on campus so that it’s offered as complementary in all restrooms on SDSU’s campus. We are combating the tampon tax by making feminine hygiene products free for students, with the hope that it’ll raise awareness of the inconvenience women face every day.  


Facts:

San Diego Union Tribune estimates that ending the tampon tax would save women almost $100 a year.

States that are tampon tax-free:

New York, Maryland

Massachusetts

Pennsylvania

Minnesota

New Jersey.

Universities that provide free feminine hygiene products in bathrooms:

Columbia

University of Minnesota

University of Nebraska at Lincoln

University of Wisconsin at Madison

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

Brown University

University of Rochester

Bowdoin University


What you can do:

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    San Diego State University

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