It scares me that advocates for women's health and gender equality may not be able to share their message with a wider audience because the largest social media platform on the Internet thinks women's health products reside in the same category as sex toys.
If you'd be willing to share the story of my battle through an up vote or a share on your favorite social media platform, I'd be ever so grateful. The suppression of the reach of content about women's health based on an arbitrary "adult product" policy is misguided at best.
Women have had similar problems with Facebook censoring posts featuring breastfeeding mothers, and until enough people took notice, any picture of a breastfeeding mother and child could be deleted due to "nudity."
So I'm asking, not just for me, but for other advocates of women's health: take notice. Women's bodies aren't sexual objects and menstrual products (which many girls in poverty-stricken countries or in cultures that have negative superstitions about menstruation can't get access to) are not sexual devices. Let's take the shame out of women's health so we can address these issues openly and without fear of censorship.