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Bullying about periods.

Bullying about periods.

Almost half of British girls have witnessed their peers being bullied and shamed about their period, a study has found.

Polling company YouGov found nearly half (43 per cent) of girls said boys tease or joke about periods – with 40 per cent of this teasing taking place in lessons under the noses of teachers.

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It also found 91 per cent of girls worried about going to school while on their period and 35,000 girls are missing school because they are on their period –  the equivalent to 2.1 million hours of education.


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