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Imagine being a medical student (resident), giving a pelvic exam on a “trans woman,” saying something harmless about wanting to eat your lunch, and said trans woman giving some creepy insight about how she he thinks it’s funny because it sounds like you’re implying you want to perform oral sex on her him.

I cannot stand these fucks.

Imagine being a medical student (resident), giving a pelvic exam on a “trans woman,” saying something harmless about wanting to eat your lunch, and said trans woman giving some creepy insight about how ~~she~~ he thinks it’s funny because it sounds like you’re implying you want to perform oral sex on ~~her~~ him. I cannot stand these fucks.

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it really goes to show that they think about sex literally all of the time.

I work in the medical field. If I found the Reddit post I’m referring to and remembered the patient I said it to, I would simply request not to work with them anymore.

I had a male patient grab my breast when I worked in adult care. I threatened to break his fingers if he didn’t let go. He told me I needed to work on my anger.

They’ll always make you feel bad for your discomfort, never about the thing that made you uncomfortable.