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You won’t believe what Clemson University students just held a protest for (and no, it’s not about Israel and Palestine)

You won’t believe what Clemson University students just held a protest for (and no, it’s not about Israel and Palestine)

It’s no secret that universities across the United States are holding massive pro-Palestine rallies. However, you may not know that Clemson University students decided to dedicate their time and energy to a different cause.

But don’t get too excited. Their noble calling is about as ridiculous as it gets.

The students at the protest demanded "tampons be returned to men’s bathrooms,” sighs Chad Prather in disbelief.

“Apparently, they got removed because of the actions of the school's Republican club, and they demand that the school's Republican club suffer repercussions for opposing feminine hygiene products in men's bathrooms on campus,” he tells Sara Gonzales.

As of now, Clemson’s “top campus official did not say whether administrators would put back the tampons and pads in the men's bathroom or whether the College Republicans would face any repercussions.”

It would be a shame if university administrators sided with the protesters, considering that, of the 20,000+ students who attend Clemson University, only 50 students showed up at this protest, proving that it’s “a small, fractional percentage” of people who buy into the woke nonsense.

“Why do we keep letting these statistical anomalies, these nonexistent fringe groups, have a voice?” asks Chad. “This is almost like saying, ‘You know what? We're going to let everybody with a toe thumb dictate how gloves are made.”’

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