Always Removes Female Symbol To Include Trans & Non-Binary Customers
Proctor & Gamble is standing by the decision — which they made in response to feedback, but which was not “forced.” In a
statement to Snopes, they said, “After hearing from many people, we recognized that not everyone who has a period and
needs to use a pad, identifies as female. To ensure that anyone who needs to use a period product feels comfortable with Always, we’re adjusting our pad wrapper design as part of our next round of product changes. As a global brand, our design updates will be adapted by multiple markets at various dates beginning in January/February 2020.”