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As women, we have the unfortunate ritual of bleeding for a full week every single month of the year.
Carrie Bickmore has voiced her concerns about the government's tampon tax before, but last night on The Project, she teamed up with Fifi Box to send out the best PSA we’ve seen in a while.
Our favourite presenters decided to record a rap song about the 10 per cent GST being placed on women’s sanitary products and it was amazing!
If you’ve always wanted to meet MC Bicks and DJ Box then here’s your chance!
Carrie and Fifi called the song ‘Don’t Tax My Flow’ and the best line in the whole thing has to be “every month Aussie women get their cramp on, every month Aussie women need a tampon.”
To push the message further, Carrie and Fifi brought in Greens senator Larissa Waters who says that “tampons are taxed because they're “luxurious".
“Which frankly guys, makes me furious.”
Carrie also pointed out in the rap that men don’t have GST placed on any products.
Peter Helliar reiterates this fact before suggesting no pants Thursdays which is a bit… odd.
Carrie ended the video with an epic mic drop and a bit of a cheeky comment about Greg Hunt.
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