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.

Listen to the podcast and enjoy. I’d love to hear your thoughts on all this

K xxx

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Pain and Prejudice: A call to arms for women and their bodies by Gabrielle Jackson

‘Women are in pain, all through their bodies; they’re in pain with their periods, and while having sex; they have pelvic pain, migraine, headaches, joint aches, painful bladders, irritable bowels, sore lower backs, muscle pain, vulval pain, vaginal pain, jaw pain, muscle aches. And many are so, so tired … But women’s pain is all too often dismissed, their illnesses misdiagnosed or ignored. In medicine, man is the default human being. Any deviation is atypical, abnormal, deficient.’