IDAHO MUSLIM woman is suing the Kotex company for $1.4 million dollars after she claims one of her daughters lost her virginity while using a tampon. The family’s attorney claims the product’s packaging did not issue any warning about the possibility of losing one’s own virginity while using the product.
Observatorial (h/t George W) “Why is there no warning that a women’s hymen can be broken when the tampon is inserted into the vaginal region? This is the question we ask” explained Ben Ali Mufta, the family attorney.
“The breaking of the hymen and resulting loss of virginity of my client’s daughter will have dire consequences for this young girl for the rest of her life,” he told local reporters. “This is a tragedy that could have been easily prevented had the company taken its responsibilities,” he acknowledged yesterday.
Fatima Ushban, mother of five and recently immigrated from Bangladesh (living on welfare?), believes the company has tarnished her young daughter’s body.
“Who will want of my daughter now? Her body has been defiled, she is dirty!” she told local reporters in tears. “What will I do with her? Who will want to marry her now?” she asks about her 11-year-old daughter, visibly distraught by the whole affair. (You could buy her a new one, Medicaid will pay, or just honor kill her)
Local imam, Yasaf Budut (below), claims the use of tampons is prohibited by Islamic law because it resembles masturbation. “All forms of masturbation are prohibited by Islamic law,” he acknowledges. “It is offensive to have this cotton inserted fully in the internal part of the vagina, because it resembles masturbation,” he explains.