Women often encounter extra expenses by virtue of being women (menstrual products come to mind) -- but extra, lady-specific costs sneak into goods and services all genders use, too. A new video created by The Daily Share breaks down this so-called "women's tax" and how much it can cost.
“Women often pay more than men… even when they’re buying a similar product," a voiceover in the video says. Women pay around $1,350 more a year than men -- simply for being women who enjoy good hygiene. Sounds pretty (ridiculously, unbelievably, maddeningly) sexist to us.