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P&G bows to discrimination claims by transgender men

By Guardian Exclusive
29 October 2019   |   8:15 am
P&G, producers of Always sanitary pad, have given in to claims of discrimination by transgender men. From 2020, Always will no longer carry the ‘Venus’ symbol on the sanitary wrapping.

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