Yeah, it's amazing how these companies seek to screw over the females they serve. I was just nodding madly at the part where it mentioned the increased prices for a box of tampons while giving less -- boy, have I noticed!
Oh well, I have my Lunette and ain't never looking back. Hurray for supporting smaller economies/women owned companies!
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(I went ahead and deleted your double post: it looked like you were linking to a page telling you how to work with circuits, so I figured it was an accident. )
Yeah...it was the essay on the industry in Karen Hopport's The Curse that cause me to switch to organic tampons...lemme tell ya: I can TELL the difference between commercial (shudder) and my organic cotton tampons. I will never go back.
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