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Incontinence is a separate issue so quite irrelevant
I buy towels in Savers - 89 pence for 10 Nighttime Bodyforms - cheapest I have found in the high street. I stock up for my daughter and I.
@007RP Good tip on looking in Savers for Bodyform towels - I've not found any own-brand alternative to be as good as those yet and my previous cheapest was the "2 for £1.90" offer that Tesco often run.
Using this term is stigmatising as it suggests that periods are dirty and unclean which is not the case. Menstruating people should not have to deal with this stigma and ignorant beliefs, which is reinforced (albeit not so much as it used to be) by this kind of language.
This needs to be considered and changed.
How can I make this point to Money saving expert teams and get them to notice without resorting to Twitter?
They haven't - for some reason you've chosen to resurrect a thread that's nearly three years old
Incontinence has been mentioned in this thread.