[–] culofiesta 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Continued the not so secret truth that trannies are really just mentally imbalanced attention whores

[–] BlackSheepBrouhaha 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

One of my coworkers complained because she saw a package of maxi pads in the backseat of my car when she parked near me in our parking lot. I had stopped at the store on the way into work, and they were in a bag along with shampoo and toothpaste. I got a write-up for it by HR and my boss told me not to do it again and keep them private. I was actually shocked when I was spoken to about it. I want to know if I should push back on this and say anything and how I should do it? I would be curious to hear your thoughts.

You got written up because someone saw a box of maxi pads in your car??


My head is exploding.

What’s going to happen if next time your coworker sees other toiletries in your car, like — gasp — toothpaste? Would she object to seeing a 12-pack of toilet paper too?

This is ridiculous and offensive and misogynist, and you should push back on it. Go back to HR and/or your boss and say, “I’d like you to remove that write-up from my file. There’s nothing inappropriate about having toiletries in my car, whether it’s a pack of toilet paper, a box of maxi pads, or a bottle of shampoo. There’s nothing dirty or shameful about feminine hygiene products, and we’re on awfully shaky ground in penalizing someone for having normal, everyday products in their car just because they happen to be for women. There is no reason that I should have a disciplinary note in my file about this.”

That's the post.

[–] spookybm 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Can someone archive? My phone slowed down

[–] J_Darnley 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I gotchu fam: https://archive.is/YyKvN

[–] spookybm 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Cheers mate!

[–] 475677 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I'd just say that they need to remove the complaint because as a female she should appreciate the need for feminine hygiene products. If they refused I'd call them out on their transphobia for insinuating it wasn't a real woman and then ask what they expect it's response to be to those allegations if a packet of pads in the parking lot set it off? Ball's in their court. They either remove the complaint and tell the tranny to calm down or you tell the tranny exactly what their position on their sexuality is.

[–] Maximus_Dinduicus 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

So are you the coworker or just have a tranny fetish? I didn't see any mention of the coworker's sex besides "she" That doesn't automatically mean a tranny.