Our NHS

“Random but I wonder if a Roe v Wade repeal would include the Pill abortifacient? Biologically, it must. It’s a chronic Morning After pill, another chemical abortion. Both are given to minors, more grounds.”

I’ve had NHS staff imply that (me) having kids would be bad. To my face.

When I say imply I mean not really imply, more like tell. Me. To. My. Face.

The white woman with a black man sitting next to me, however, was encouraged to have more, lots more.

I look stupid so I get a lot of these stories. Mostly it’s a glossed-over sarcastic expression.
Their let kept staring at me for ages too, like, sorry I’m infinitely more attractive than your parents, kid.

Over an hour of near-constant staring, closer to two. Yes, I was the most attractive woman in the room by far, the slim pickings of the waiting room full of women was not my fault but still. They didn’t even turn the kid around, no manners either. It was really bloody creepy.

It was stupid too, completely unresponsive to facial expressions.

I’d like to see a study on whether the maternal outcomes or quality of care differs based on race receiving the care or type of couple, I’ve seen that it does in other instances.

inb4 no there was NO medical reason, and I was noticeably younger than her

that waiting room had an average of four, I’m not bragging

I’m thinking NHS pensions would be bad…. the ghosts of fetuses past can pay for them.

You only deserve a pension if you did your job. Worst part is I wasn’t even there about kids.

I sat down in a waiting room, that was my crime.

1. Be civil. 2. Be logical or fair. 3. Do not bore me.

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