School bully feeling vindicated by ‘Nasty Woman’ campaign

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A Brighton woman who made everyone’s lives a living hell at school is feeling vindicated by feminism’s ‘Nasty Woman’ campaign.

Stacey Anderson, 23, said: “I now feel like I have a place in the world. It’s a happy time for me and it’s a happy time for my mates. We feel accepted for who we are.”

Stacey’s staple bullying tactics at school including pulling girls’ pigtails out of their scalps, bursting through cubicle doors and forcing people up from their loo seats to point at the “poo that they did.”

Her victims are becoming more vocal in a mounting backlash against the campaign. One, who wished to remain anonymous, said, “When Ashley Judd did the beat poem about nasty women at a Trump rally I thought it was very good but I was concerned that genuinely mean women like Stacey would get confused. I do want her to be happy, but she put a snake in my lunchbox.”

Stacey ‘liked’ the ‘Nasty Women’ Facebook group a couple of months ago and increasingly started sharing their posts. Then, last month, she posted this open letter to her younger self on her Facebook wall:

“Dear Stacey. I’m you. You haven’t met me yet. I want you to know you are an inspiration to women everywhere. People telling you otherwise are misogynists who don’t respect women. I bet they will vote for Brexit and Trump!!!!!!! Your large eyebrows will also soon come into fashion. Love yourself. Love your crazy ways. Love Stacey xxx”

Stacey was last seen at the women’s march wearing a ‘Nasty Woman’ t-shirt and pushing people in front of cars.

Cam Spence

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