Acting on political correctness and a statistic suggesting 86% of women have sometimes lacked feminine hygiene products when they needed them, the University of Rochester in New York placed feminine hygiene products in both mens' and womens' bathrooms. The result is that they've learned the hard way that students are tremendous pranksters who would take a handful of the products just because they could, blowing through half the year's budget in a month.
This boggles the mind in many ways; that the advocates had no clue that this would happen, that they thought men might need these, that they thought they could meet the needs of all women with a limited array of products, and that they never clued in that by the time they reach college age, most women figure out that it's a good idea to have a couple whatevers tucked in their purses.
Or, for that matter, if a woman doesn't have this figured out, that maybe, just maybe, she's not college material. For that matter, maybe the advocates here aren't college material, either. Congratulations to this group for making a clear case for raising admissions standards.
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