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Thinx is a brand of underwear for humans that menstruate. Those humans are not necessarily always going to be cisgendered women, as transgender men can, and do, menstruate. With its latest subway campaign, which took over New York's Union Square station today, the brand has represented exactly that.
The point, of course, is to educate people through representation of the trans menstruating male community in its new ads. "Trans inclusion is something that has been on our radar since the iteration of our Boyshort, which was specifically designed with the trans male menstruating community in mind," said Thinx co-founder and CEO Miki Agrawal, in a statement.