The Woman’s Tax: Haircuts, deodorant, cars more expensive for females (Washington Times)

By Alex Swoyer

Women usually pay more at a salon for a haircut than men, but it turns out deodorant, razors and cars actually have “The Woman’s Tax” — causing them to pay more than men for essentially the same product, KOMU 8 News reported.

KOMU 8 News took a look at typical products and found a slight increase on the price if you are a woman.

For example, women pay 77 cents more for a white T-shirt when shopping in the ladies section, roughly 12 cents more for soap and 34 percent more on body wash from the same manufacturer.

The price increase doesn’t stop on hygiene products. On average, cars cost $200 more if you are a woman.

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