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The presenter has spent years campaigning for Alopecia Awareness, refusing to hide her hair loss and becoming an ambassador for a charity providing children with wigs. Porter, who was born in Edinburgh but now lives in London, revealed the abuse she had suffered to her 116,132 Twitter followers on Monday. She wrote: "On the way to post office today, a man, who was not even the driver of a white van, decided it was appropriate to shout 'Ol Baldy, are you a man or a woman?' I would like to say that I didn't cry, but I did. "I did knock on the door of his van as the idiot was at a red light. He panicked and pretended I wasn't there. Still crying though."
She later thanked fans for their support, after receiving messages of sympathy including one from radio host Grant Stott who tweeted: "What a horrible, horrible experience. Hope you're ok." Celebrity booker, Richard Brecker responded: "Don't let idiots like that get you down. He was probably very small in every way." Porter, now 43, was first diagnosed with alopecia totalis in 2005. Although her hair has partly regrown at times, it has fallen out again. In April, supermarket Waitrose apologised to Gail after it e-mailed her special offers on hair products. Politician Nadine Dorries had also spoken to her about her hair loss, disclosing alopecia made her "cry every morning". "It's a bit like your femininity is going down the shower, it's going down the plughole," she said.
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