Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Female workers at Japanese company told to wear Period badges

From: Mary B.
Sent: December 4, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Female workers at Japanese company told to wear Period badges


Mary, I can't believe that a company could make women wear such a badge. Thanks for sending us this article to share with others. ~Den

Excerpt: "The badges feature a cartoon character called Seiri Chan - known for being a symbol of women's menstrual health in Japan. A Japanese department store has come under fire for asking its female employees to wear badges letting people know they are on their period. Staff working at Michi Kake store in Osaka in Japan, which is known for selling products related to female sexual and menstrual health, have been asked to wear a badge with a little cartoon called Seiri Chan - a name loosely translated as Miss Period."


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