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Italy's menstrual cycle policy cause Glenn and Pat to open up about their 'manstrual cycle' problems

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On "The Glenn Beck Radio Program," Pat Gray talked about a story in which Italian women may soon be getting paid menstrual leave, causing him to joke that he wished the policy would come to the United States. Glenn Beck and Pat commented that they needed it for their "manstrual" cycle.

"I'm having it right now, and I may have it for several months," Glenn said. "I sometimes cycle for, like, six months," to which Pat added, "easily!"

After receiving Pat's affirmation, Glenn was able to open up about the extent of his problem:

"I get so screwed up, and my manstrual cycle has been going straight for about 10 years, and then it will stop for like a day or two, usually on the weekend, and then, boom! Right back into it."

"On Monday, it's right back. And not even the pampering helps," Pat lamented.

The guys were able to bring the discussion back to a serious note, pointing out that what first begins in Europe, often makes its way to the United States.

"Right now it seem like 'well, this ridiculous thing and what a joke that Italy's doing,' and in about three years it will be half the country arguing for it," concluded Stu Burguiere.

To see more from Glenn, visit his channel on TheBlaze and listen live to “The Glenn Beck Radio Program” with Glenn Beck, Pat Gray, Stu Burguiere and Jeffy Fisher weekdays 9 a.m.–noon ET on TheBlaze Radio Network.

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