Scotland: Male Former “Period Dignity Officer” Sues for Sex Discrimination

A lot of people whined at the time, and shockingly the whining actually worked for once

If the dumbass liked his job so much, he should’ve just put on a wig and said he’s a woman, and that would’ve solved everything.

Alternately, if it actually didn’t solve everything, he could’ve been suing them now for more money.


Jason Grant, a former tobacco salesman turned personal trainer, is taking legal action against four public bodies in Scotland after claiming he was unlawfully fired from his role as “period tsar” because of his sex.

Mr Grant was hired as Scotland’s first “period dignity officer” in August 2022 but soon after he and the group that hired him faced serious backlash from women who felt appointing a man to such a role was “ridiculous”.

Councils in the Tay region were quickly accused of “institutionalised mansplaining” for appointing Mr Grant to the £36,000 a year role.

As “period dignity officer” Mr Grant would have had to explain sanitary products and periods to teenage girls, as well as promote access to free period products.

“… and then straight into your cunt.”

But after being abruptly fired from the position, Mr Grant has now successfully argued he should be able to take legal action against Dundee & Angus College, Perth College, Angus Council, and Dundee City Council, all of which were part of the body that hired him.

Dundee & Angus College tried to argue that it held sole responsibility but that has been rejected by an employment tribunal.

Ryan Russell of MML Law, the firm which represents Mr Grant, said: “They granted our amendment which now puts all of them in the frame.

“We are now pursuing all four of them plus the partnership.”

The role itself was scrapped by the Tayside Period Dignity Working Group which originally claimed Mr Grant was the “strongest candidate” for the position.

But the group said they faced “threats and abuse” as a result of the appointment.

A lengthy hearing is set to determine whether his dismissal was a breach of the Equality Act, which is expected to include evidence which suggests Mr Grant was excluded from meetings before his role was scrapped.

Martina Navratilova, the former tennis star, was among those to speak out against his appointment to the role, as she labelled it “f*****g ridiculous”.

She also said: “Have we ever tried to explain to men how to shave or how to take care of their prostate or whatever? This is absurd.”

Author Susan Dalgety also hit out at the decision, as she said: “Wonder if he’s ever experienced the horror of a blood stained dress in public, or the gut-wrenching fear of a missed period? No, didn’t think so.

“It’s about making ‘anyone of any gender’ aware of period products, he says. Jason, I have news for you, only females menstruate. Any more questions? PMS? Endometriosis?

“I don’t disagree that boys should be taught more about menstruation, but appointing a bloke as the first period dignity officer is institutionalised mansplaining.”

Why exactly should boys be taught about menstruation?

What benefit would anyone get from that?

How about making people less poor?