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It looks like Britain's mad rush to "equalize" the genders is having piss-poor results. British school girls are now so terrified of sharing the increasing number of unisex toilets with boys that they are choosing instead to hold in their urine, stop drinking fluids, and skip school. 

This behaviour is even said to be leading to serious bladder infections, as well as other health problems. 

As reported by the Daily Mail:

Gender-neutral toilets in schools have left girls feeling unsafe and even put their health at risk, parents and teachers have warned.

Girls who are menstruating are so anxious about sharing facilities with boys that some are staying at home for fear of being made to feel 'period shame'.

With a growing number of both primary and secondary schools installing unisex toilets, some girls are risking infections by refusing to urinate all day.

Others are so fearful they have stopped drinking liquids at school.

Parents and teaching staff have told The Mail on Sunday that female pupils feel deeply uncomfortable or even unsafe sharing toilets with male students.

The trend for single-sex toilets is driven by the wish to be more inclusive of children who identify as transgender and wish to use the same facilities as the opposite sex.

But last night, doctors and politicians called on schools to halt the move towards unisex toilets to prevent any further harm to female pupils.

GP Tessa Katz said holding in urine for prolonged periods on a regular basis could increase the risk of girls suffering urinary and bladder infections.

Part of the push for "gender inclusive" toilets is because the UK has now been hijacked by "woke" interpretations of gender identity. Recently the publicly-funded broadcaster the BBC made the absurd claim that there are 100 genders.

As reported by the Sun:

A VIDEO produced by the BBC for school children has said there are 100 or more gender identities - despite GPs recognising six.

The idea is put forward in material produced by BBC Teach to support the personal, social and health education curriculum in schools.

In one of the videos entitled 'Identity - Understanding sexual and gender identities' – pupils ask teachers a number of questions about the topic.

In the video a boy asks “what are the different gender identities?” to which Kyra, a head teacher, replies “that’s a really, really exciting question”.

The video then cuts to Kate Daniels, a Relationships and Sex Education teacher, who says: “You know there are so many gender identities.

“We know that we have got male and female, but there are over 100, if not more, gender identities now.

This insanity is the reason you can't have male and female toilets in UK schools anymore. If you allowed that, you would have to have scores of other toilets in each and every school for all the other imaginary "genders." So the easiest solution is just to get everybody to shit, piss, and menstruate in the same place. Yet another example of fake "diversity" leading to less real diversity and choice.

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