Things I did not know, but should.
This is a post that might save a life.
My mom worked for 25 years as an ER nurse and is convinced that a lot of women die simply because folks only know heart attack symptoms that occur in males.
Society thinks our bodies are so scandalous that it’s better to put our lives at risk than to show us how to stay safe
In nursing school, I’ve noticed a gradual shift away in the rhetoric from women’s symptoms are “abnormal”, which is great because how is something “abnormal” if nearly half of the MI population experiences those symptoms?
My friends’ mom died of a heart attack. No one knew the signs, and when she collapsed, her family had to perform CPR on her until the ambulance showed up.
If there is ever a female doctor, I have only one request.
I want her to find her new outfit, and then go to put her sonic in her jacket. And then, the sonic falls to the floor. And she looks down, and realizes she has no jacket pockets.
So then every episode her sonic moves. Like one day it’s in her hair, and then her belt, and then tucked into her shirt, and she just constantly complains about the lack of pockets.
So today I was sitting in English class and i swear to god I heard the TARDIS
I got up and asked to go to the bathroom and tried to follow the sound
I followed it to the class two doors down did not knock and walked in
They were watching Doctor Who and one guy at the back yelled
“See Miss! I told you if you didn’t lower it down it would summon the nerds”
anonymous asked: How do you respond to a white person who feigns colorblindness (“I don’t see race”)?
THEN WHY AREN’T YOU MORE CURIOUS ABOUT HUGE PARTS OF THE POPULATION BEING SYSTEMATICALLY MISTREATED FOR NO APPARENT REASON YOU FUCKING IDIOT