Ladies and gentlemen, your Republican presidential nominee.
Donald Trump Reportedly Complained To Howard Stern That ‘Vagina Is Expensive’
最近歐美各地針對兩種民生消費品的課稅問題引發許多討論，其一是含糖飲料稅（Soda Tax），另一是衛生棉稅（Tampon Tax）。雖然對個別消費者而言，每次僅涉及微不足道的幾塊錢，但整體加總起來卻是幾億元的公共收入增減。
www.independent.co.uk › News › UK › UK PoliticsMar 21, 2016 - David Cameron has confirmed the Government will abolish the so-called tampon tax.
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Two new studies found different ways to sharply cut H.I.V. infections among women: a vaginal gel and a system of cash payments.
Eve Ensler will take part in the reading of her 1996 play, The Vagina Monologues Photo by Toby Canham/Getty Images
There’s going to be a lot of talk about vaginas around the Capitol in Lansing, Mich., mere days after a female lawmaker was banned from speaking in the state House after she dared to utter the word “vagina” during a debate on an anti-abortion bill. At least nine female legislators are going to join playwright Even Ensler Monday night for a reading of her famous 1996 play, The Vagina Monologues, on the Capitol steps, reports the Detroit Free Press.
State Rep. Lisa Brown, who initially sparked the controversy Wednesday by saying, “I'm flattered that you're all so interested in my vagina, but no means no,” will take part in the reading, reports the Detroit News.
“Censoring a woman for saying a word that is a body part that 51 percent of their constituents have is a repression that we have not and should not ever witness in this country,” Ensler said.
Brown penned an op-ed piece for the Detroit News Saturday in which she expresses her “outrage that this legislative body wants to dictate not only what women can do, but also what we can say.” Although male lawmakers “have no problem passing laws about my vagina … when I dared mention its name, they became outraged.”
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For the commune of Réunion, see Le Tampon.
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A tampon is a mass of absorbent material, primarily used as a feminine hygiene product. Historically, the word "tampon" originated from the medieval French word "tampion", meaning a piece of cloth to stop a hole, a stamp, plug, or stopper. At present, tampons are designed to be easily inserted into the vagina during menstruation and absorb the menstrual flow. However, using tampons may be difficult or impossible for those with untreated vaginismus or an untreated imperforate hymen. Several countries regulate tampons as medical devices. In the United States, they are considered to be a Class II medical device by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). They are sometimes used for hemostasis in surgery.
- 発音記号[vədʒáinə][名]（複 〜s, -nae 〔-ni〕）
2 ((俗))（女性の）陰部, 性器. ▼((卑))でbeaver, box, cunt, pussy, snatchなど. ⇒OVIDUCT
- [形]1 処女［童貞］の, 処女［童貞］らしい；処女［童貞］を続ける.2 清純な, 純潔の, 汚れていない；人跡未踏の the virginal surface of the moonまだだれも...