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Procter & Gamble has agreed to remove the Venus femininity symbol from the packaging of its menstruation products in response to complaints from trans activists. P&G said activists have helped it understand that “not everyone who has a period and needs to use a pad identifies as female”; the company will “use a new wrapper design without the feminine symbol.”
Officials in Mississippi this week erected a fourth monument to Emmett Till, the black 14-year-old lynched by a white mob in 1955, after three previous monuments were stolen and/or riddled with bullets. The new monument to Till weighs more than 500 pounds and is made from hardened steel covered with a thick acrylic panel that should “withstand a rifle round without damage,” according to the Emmett Till Memory Project.