The debate comes after Fleabag, a comedy-drama, showed a woman having a miscarriage in a restaurant bathroom only for her to go back to the table as if nothing happened.
I miscarried on shift and kept working because I didn’t know what to do and went on autopilot. It didn’t hit me until I called my mum after work. There’s a big veil of silence around miscarrying despite how commonplace it is and I’m glad #Fleabag tackled it with such honesty. https://t.co/TiiTK7LviQ
— Madeleine Dunne (@kohlgrrl) March 6, 2019
The 'Fleabag' episode with a miscarriage in a restaurant toilet clearly rings true for many. Scotland's Sunday Herald features 3 women who describe their experience and we join the voices seeking the inclusion of miscarriage in the school curriculum. https://t.co/FN1sIzkeXh.
— Miscarriage Association (@MiscarriageA) March 11, 2019
Our Director Ruth spoke to @HuffPostUK about what it can be like for women who miscarry in public after the latest ep of @fleabag https://t.co/Ayckf9KmuB If you're in a similar position and need support, call our helpline 01924200795 or visit our website https://t.co/vfZduq577H
— Miscarriage Association (@MiscarriageA) March 6, 2019