#BreakTheBias: Would ‘menstrual leave’ create a backlash against women in the workplace?


LAST week, Spain signalled it may become one of a handful of countries offering workers a benefit called “menstrual leave” for people whose periods are accompanied by debilitating pain.

The country is also considering abolishing the “tampon tax,” something California did, at least temporarily, in 2020 and the United Kingdom did last year.

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