Hamburg’s – “The period is political.”
The Left Party writes in an application that BILD has.
The paper says: “Tampons and sanitary towels should be available free of charge in toilets as well as toilet paper. This would not only help poor people, but all menstruating people. “
The free tampons are to be laid out in public buildings such as authorities, schools or universities.
Group leader Cansu Özdemir (33): “Small effort for the city, big effect for those affected!”
The government factions are open to the issue!
Mareike Engels (33, Greens) announced in response to a BILD request that the application would be transferred to the Equal Opportunities Committee: “Similar applications were already decided in the districts on our initiative.”
Gabi Dobusch (63, SPD) adds: “Inexpensive monthly hygiene products are a question of equality.”
And the FDP?
Bundestag candidate Ria Schröder (29): “I think that the products offered in public institutions are good – free of charge or at cost price.”