Collecting and disinfecting the items took months, says Ella Daish.
The makers of Always sanitary products announced this week that they were removing the female symbol from their packaging to be more inclusive of the non-binary and trans community. Activists CJ Atkinson and Fox Fisher speak about the online reaction, how they feel about the campaign, and the importance of including trans and non-binary people in conversations about periods.
"Look at this f***ing dweeb."
Patients will no longer face the embarrassment of not being able to easily access sanitary pads and tampons.
They've called tampons and towels a basic human need, like food.
There is no excuse for this excessive use of plastic when there are environmentally-friendly alternatives
It will cost about £30,000 per year.
'We are not ova-ry acting'
By learning about the human body and menstruation in isolation, a barrier was established between boys and girls.
Could you use a reusable product instead?