Japanese retailer reconsiders ’menstruation badges’ after backlash

Japanese retailer reconsiders ’menstruation badges’ after backlash

A Japanese department store is reconsidering a plan for employees to wear badges when they’re menstruating. The plan was initially aimed at fostering sympathy among co-workers but triggered a public outcry. The Daimaru Umeda department store in Osaka said it had hoped to encourage bonding. The store has said it has since received many complaints from the public.

Jus Saying
Jus Saying 3 months

Hahaha that's ridiculous! why would customers want to know that, what's next a constipation badge.

porcus 3 months

Huh. Surprising that people wouldn't want to know this information or broadcast it to others ... /s

Aight Bradley
Aight Bradley 3 months

Don't they get menstrual leave in Japan? Like 3 days a month off for it if they choose to take it?

NeverMetTheGuy 3 months

Japan, please don't give in to all this social justice nonsense! You're one of the last logical countries left!

Binx1 3 months

people on retail have wearable badge so public can know. how do u treat your female office staff? they dont have customers. maybe phones.hi my name is..... that time of month. ahhaaa.. . reguarless i would

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