The Tampon Tax (aka the Pink Tax)

The taxation on women’s health aids such as breast pumps and tampons shows yet again how women are taxed just for being women. Comparatively, GST (Goods and services tax in Australia) is not applied to condoms. Read more here. (And more on the Pink Tax here.)

Spunky lives in Queensland, Australia. She loves travel and aims to visit as many church branches and wards in the world as possible.


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