Wow, that does sound pretty exceptional It's nice to hear the good stories as opposed to the horror storry. Good to hear that so many people went above and beyond to make sure you were treated well. Mind, if some nurse was just leaving the drapes open and generally being crap around someone I cared about, I would still be more than irate. I hope she's been written up/reprimanded/sacked.(Original post by Holly Hiskey)
It kind of does, but on the other hand I was treated by probably about 30 different nurses at different times, although not all of them for long periods. Out of those I would say that 12 of them were genuinely exceptional. After I had had been moved to a different hospital from the evil nurse I asked if I could have my hair washed- the other hospital was very busy and given the back injury it probably wasn't a good idea. Anyway, the next day every nurse on the ward had brought in their own shampoo and conditioner, because hospital regulation stuff isn't very nice, and a few even brought in travel hair dryers in case I wanted it blow dried as well. One of the girls at the end of her (long) shifts used to ask if I wanted her to nip into ASDA and get anything because I wasn't eating very well. Bless them.
Women: Exposing your breasts in public, Is it empowering or exploitating? watch
- 09-04-2011 12:17
- 09-04-2011 12:20
How is it liberating to do something you are told to do?
Get your tits out on your own terms if you want to make some pseudo rebelious statement.
- 09-04-2011 16:57
i’m 12 and what this
- 09-04-2011 20:30
- 09-04-2011 20:34
They are just breasts.
(Original post by righteous)
- 09-04-2011 20:40
It's just plain decency not to. Girls who don't have the restraint and decency not to rip their breasts out every opportunity they get disgust me. The same goes for women who wear very provocative clothing publicly.
Some may claim it's liberating and an expression of emancipation or empowerment for many women, but to me it's quite simply indecent and sickening, fuelling lust and deviance.
(Original post by Anonymous)
- 10-04-2011 21:30
OP needs to mature abit! Some people are comfortable with their bodies and being partially or completely nude when on a beach has nothing to do with sex! and wats the difference between your nipples being covered with wat is a slight bit of material or not! next thing your going to be saying is breast feeding should be illegal as its exploitation or people only do it to empower themselves..... na its to feed the baby. Ive been to many naturist beaches and it has nothing to do with exploitation or empowerment. Just comfort and being yourself in your own body!