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Proctor & Gamble brand Always, will be to remove the female Venus symbol on the menstrual products, in an effort to be more inclusive to transgender clients, according to the report.

The move came after LGBTQ activists are reminded of the company on social media, not all of their customers are women, The Independent reported.

In response, the company said that it would be to remove the symbol from the packaging up to and including Dec.

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“For more than 35 years, and has Always advocated for women and girls, and we will continue to do so,” the company said in a statement on Tuesday, according to The Independent. “We are committed to diversity and inclusion, and are on a continuous journey to understand the needs of our customers.”

The officers of the company, adding that they have come to realise that not all people who are in need of feminine hygiene products “identif[ies] as a woman.” Proctor & Gamble does not immediately respond to an after-hours e-mails by Fox News.

The decision was hailed by the trans activists, however, faced criticism online.

“Women are, quite literally, be erased from the sanitary products. Is there anywhere we can click to see it!?” one woman wrote on Twitter, according to The Independent.

Advocacy group, the Trans Actual, praised the decision.

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“We are, frankly, afraid of women, and to their sense of self-worth is so fragile that the removal of a symbol from a package of sanitary napkins will give them a feeling of being ‘erased,'” the group wrote on Twitter.

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