By Thomas Madison
Wondering what to buy your college buddy who has taken “getting in touch with his feminine side” to the ultimate extreme, turning himself into a quasi-woman? Just in time for Christmas, Sappho-Luxe introduces Fem-Flo, the first transgender tampon, specifically designed for the discriminating he-she, bravely navigating the transition to some freakish adaptation of womanhood.
I have to wonder what the difference is between a regular female tampon and the Fem-Flo transgender version. Actually, I really don’t want to know. I haven’t eaten lunch yet.
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The product comes in 3 designs. “Fem-Flo Petite” is for the trans-woman who is still working to achieve maximum dilation, yet still wants to produce menses. “Fem-Flo Intermediate” provides dilation and an average amount of menstruation. And last, but not least, the “Fem-Flo Lush” for the trans-woman who wishes to enjoy “heavy” menstruation.
“Our product is designed to give post-op trans-gender women the full-spectrum experience of menstruation. You don’t have to be deprived of the beautiful and womanly occurrence of menstruation merely because you were born without uterus. The Fem-Flo’s cotton core contains a small, vegetable-based capsule which upon reaching body temperature releases the “menses” contained within. It also aids in keeping the post-op canal conditioned and dilated after surgery and beyond.”
Fem-Flo tampons will come in boxes of 25 and cost around $19.99 per box. Sappho-Luxe will begin shipping their product to major grocery stores nationwide next month.