Sexist Twitter trolls have slammed an author for claiming men would want time off work if they had periods, with one dubbing her ‘a moron’. Emma Barnett, 34, form London appeared on This Morning to discuss her best-selling book called Period, which draws on humorous female experiences surrounding their period – in a bid to help women feel more comfortable discussing their menstrual cycle. The author joked that men would walk around with ‘tampons behind their ears’ if they menstruated and brag they’re a ‘three pad kind of guy’. However the writer was met with numerous nasty online comments from misogynistic users, one of which even suggested she was ‘sexist’. The author argued if men had periods sanitary products wouldn’t be taxed as luxury items and would be available for free in schools and offices Misogynistic users slammed Emma for her comments with some calling her a ‘moron’ while other dubbed her ‘sexist’ Emma said, when talking about how men would act if they had periods, she said: ’I think you’d be on the corner on the street bragging that you’re a three pad guy, how much pain you’re in. ‘They wouldn’t be investing in dainty bags to go to the toilet, they’d probably… Read full this story
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