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You know, in embryology class we studied history, doctors use to think that the male portion white was the bones and tendons of the baby and the female portion red was blood and organs, I laugh then, now I see not all men get the memo that it’s not like that. Thank goodness my mom’s a nurse and taught me all about sex ed. I was always comfortable going to her with any questions I had.
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I’d tell my friends what she told me, and they’d come to my house just to ask my mom questions. I was having excruciating pain and abdominal swelling. The male doctor said I needed a shrink, not an MD. Turned out I had a severe case of the disease adenomyosis, and I needed a hysterectomy. What I find just as disturbing is many of these conversations occurring whilst in college. Suggesting these men are educated. what a sorry ignorant state of affairs.
Many of them didn’t know the first You Can’t Scare Me I’m A Social Worker I’ve Heard It Seen It And Written A Goal Shirt about their bodies and way too many believed that their boyfriends or husbands would be permanently damaged if they didn’t have sex every time they wanted it. After he got done laughing, he set them straight that it was just a ploy to get sex, which information seemed to empower a few of the women students and slightly embarrass the males.