I’ve never really experienced sex discrimination or gender inequality.
At least, I didn’t think I had. Till I read a book and started doing some research and then I realised just how much of a difference there is between the way men & women are allowed to communicate (and I say “allowed” purposely).
I also discovered what a massive difference there is in medical research for men and women (hint: it’s not equal).
Having come out of a major operation to remove some ill-advised pelvic mesh, I’ve got some very interesting things that need sharing.
I’m currently three weeks into an eight week recovery period, so while I can’t sit at my laptop and work for long (I can’t sit at all, really!), I do have a fair bit to share! And no doubt, more things will come out over the next few weeks.
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