A self-proclaimed ‘meninist’ has sparked outrage after telling women on their periods to hold their bladders!
The shameless teen, from Essex, believes tampons are a “luxury item” and took to Twitter to share his opinion.
Ryan Williams – who seems confused about female anatomy – sent social media into meltdown when he wrote: “Tampons should not be free, why does everyone keep saying they should be?? if u can’t control ur bladder then that’s not taxpayers problem!” (sic)
He added: “Pay for ur own tampons, if u can’t hold it until u get to a toilet. I don’t urinate everywhere and expect free nappies #selfcontrol.”
Ryan continued: “And just for the record, I don’t think condoms should be free either… close ur legs and hold ur bladder, end of dicussion (sic).”
He didn’t stop there.
“If you make tampons free where do you draw the line? They’ll be going out petitioning for free toilet roll next.
“I think women who want an end on tampon tax are just cheapskates,” he wrote.
The teen even created a poll to find out how many people would support him.
But, unsurprisingly, the results showed that 90% of people think tampons should be free – and only 10% agree women should “hold their bladders”.
Since sharing his tweets, Ryan has caused outrage, and even claims he has received death threats.
He continued his Twitter rant: “half the people tweeting me haven’t even had a period yet lol go away… you know nothing.”
He added: “So many crazy women tweeting me, even death threats. Y’all mad b****es on the blob for sure”.
“Someone just told me they spent £2,000 on tampons in 20 years… just hold ur bladder and donate it to charity OMG what a waste of money”.
Somebody get the boy some biology lessons!
Oh wait, Ryan has already set up his own Go Fund Me site.
The description reads: “The money raised will be used to pay for lessons, however many is needed to be able to explain to understand more about womens periods, why they get so aggressive and why they’re so lazy as to hold their bladder.”
We have no words. Well, we do, but none we can put here.