YET, THEY PAY 7% MORE THAN MEN FOR THE SAME PRODUCTS.
Did you know women around the world pay about 7% more for products that are nearly identical to those for men but marketed differently?
This price difference has been called ‘pink tax’. And it exists even here in Singapore! A price comparison of 10 retailers done by The Sunday Times found that girls and women pay more for some products offered by about half of these companies.
Although ‘pink tax’ extends across all female-branded products, it occurs most often among feminine hygiene products.
What does this mean for women? It means they don’t just earn less, they have to pay more too.
Source: The Straits Times - Women see red over 'pink tax'
How Can You #PlanLikeAWoman To Beat Pink Tax?
Although many more companies have pledged to eliminate pink tax, you may still not be able to escape entirely right now, especially when it comes to feminine hygiene products.
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