I probably should quit while I'm behind, but I'll respond.
It was the accountant in me, not me being male that posted what I did.
Of course I would support this change in isolation. As posted above Condoms being GST free whilst tampons aren't doesn't make much sense.
However my general position is I'm against exemptions from GST, as it makes it complex, leads to weird outcomes like condoms vs tampons and I can see further campaigns where new items are advocated to be removed.
Some other examples
Sunscreen is GST free whilst Sunglasses are not. Our our eyes not as important as our skin?
Lollies pretty clear as why they should have GST. But hey lollies to a diabetic could be seen as life saving medicine.
And a finally a totally ridiculous one. What's the difference between a tampon and toilet paper? Both products are absorbent to deal with bodily fluids, both unavoidable, both health and hygiene related. The fact the government taxes our bowell movements doesn't quite create the same headlines as taxing the reproductive system.
Again I'd be happy to make the change, I'd be even happier to make a more substantive difference to inequality like guaranteed super payments throughout maternity leave, which I'd happily pay more taxes to do.