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French Women Get Real About Periods In The Workplace

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Mar 14, 2019 11:56 AM 3+ day ago

A YouGov/HuffPost France poll found that young adults in France are overwhelmingly in favor of paid menstrual leave. These stories help show why.

Nearly 75 percent of people in France between the ages of 18 and 24 who responded to a YouGov/HuffPost France poll said they

Volanthevist via Getty Images Nearly 75 percent of people in France between the ages of 18 and 24 who responded to a YouGov/HuffPost France poll said they were in favor of menstrual leave.

Everyone has "on days" and "off days" at work. But for some women, these "off days" follow a predictable pattern: Once a month, aches, fatigue and discomfort make it difficult for them to function at their highest levels. With just a handful of countries and private companies offering paid "menstrual leave," most women who experience painful periods have little choice but to soldier on at work.

Most French adults believe periods can hinder women's ability to perform at work, according to a YouGov/HuffPost ...

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