More and more we are looking for our fashion choices to match, not just our aesthetic sensibility, but our ethical sensibility too. Companies like Tom’s and Warby Parker have inspired us with a buy-one, give-one-model. Thinx, the underwear company that could topple a multi-billion dollar feminine hygiene industry, follows their lead. In four pretty styles meant to accommodate different days of your period, these panties eliminate the need for pads or tampons and also provide re-usuable pads to women in Africa where the lack of access to feminine hygiene products can mean missing work and school. What do you think about Thinx? Would you consider abandoning your Tampax for a new way that seems better for the environment and the world?
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