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The Tox Cave will dissect interesting ED cases from the perspective of a toxicologist, focusing on applying up-to-date management of the poisoned patient. The name Tox Cave was coined by a former toxicology fellow to describe our small office space, likening it to the Bat Cave. An 88-year-old man with a history of congestive heart failure, hypertension, and diabetes mellitus presented to the ED from a nursing home with altered mental status. The nursing home transfer sheet said the patient had reported yellow-tinted vision several days earlier.
Given the patient’s medication history, serum digoxin level, and altered mental status, digoxin-specific antibody fragments were administered for digoxin toxicity.
The ECG in this case is consistent with digoxin toxicity, which may include T wave flattening, QT interval shortening, scooped ST segments with ST depression in the lateral leads (Salvador Dali sign [red arrow]), and increased amplitude of the U waves. Note: Partial reversal should be considered in patients on chronic digoxin for CHF because they require the inotropic effects of digoxin for cardiac output.
In the Findings, there were patterns about safeguarding, geographic areas, types of care, systemic and failures. After years of abuse, Peta became so traumatised that she went into cardiac arrest when she was touched. In 2012, Jill Meagher, a 29 year old Irish woman living in Australia, was raped and murdered while walking home from a pub. On a wet Monday morning on 1st June, around 60 women and men packed the Glasgow Women’s Library’s new premises for a fascinating series of talks and discussions exploring a wide range of feminist issues relating to both the past and the present day. When asked the question, ‘Do we need feminism?’ the answer from this audience was always going to be a resounding ‘Yes’. Although Victoria’s comments could be disheartening, she made the case for celebrating even the smallest of victories as a way of not losing heart and staying engaged.
Following an exceptionally tasty lunch, we heard again from Dr Rosemary Elliot who presented a paper she wrote with another faculty member from Glasgow’s Centre for Gender History, Dr Annmarie Hughes, entitled Language, the law and the question of consent: Historical perspectives on sexual violence in 20th century Scotland.
Our final panel, moderated by Dr Vikki Turbine, for the day examined some of the problems facing our conceptions of who feminist activists are and who they work for.
We closed the day on a hopeful note with a third and final roundtable which put the spotlight on the next generation.
Although we covered an impressive number of topics and discussions during the day, we couldn’t hope to reach all the areas that feminism touches.
Laila El-Metoui gave a wry, witty and lively presentation about Embedding LGBT Lives and Issues in Further Education.
In All the Nice Girls Behind The Lines theatre company gave audiences ‘an entertaining glimpse at the lives of Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney through the eyes of male impersonator Ella Shields.
Author Helena Whitbread went back even further, to around 1820s, tracing Anne’s Lister’s lesbian identity through her coded journal.
After this stirring week I found myself deeply impressed, yet again, by how active and successful women are in making useful progressive change happen.
With thanks to the LGBT History Festival for the pictures –by  Nicolas Chinardet –  and press releases, from which these details were extracted, and the Joyce Layland LGBT Centre for her picture.
The politics of male sexuality has been successfully obliterated and the term “sexual consent” is supposedly key to ensuring male sexual violence is not inadvertently (sic) perpetrated against women and girls!
Implementation of gender neutrality is an insidious form of male denial of institutional and individual male domination and control over women.
The situation concerning pandemic male violence against women and girls is dire because men’s backlash against women has been ongoing for more than two decades.
How do we challenge this cacophony of different voices all claiming that women have achieved equality with men, men are the real victims, violence is a human problem not a gendered political one, etc.? Likewise academic reports, papers, and research findings all invisibilise the male agent and perpetrator. The Women’s Movement sought to eradicate misogynistic male created myths which blamed women for male sexual violence committed against them. The infamous Steubenville Rape Case is not unique, rather it is a snapshot of what commonly happens wherein patriarchal reversal is enacted to hide male accountability. Propaganda messages to women and girls tell them they must not go out alone after dark and they must not wear revealing clothing because this provokes males into subjecting them to male sexual violence. As a result new laws and social practices were introduced by governments which were designed to prevent male violence against women and provide justice for the female victims of male violence.
The male backlash against feminist demands for an end to male violence against women was swiftly enacted.
Mainstream media ensures there is  no “connecting the dots” by asking why do not these men leave and move on with their lives?
All these men believe and enact male supremacist ideology that once a male has entered into a sexual relationship with a woman she and any resulting children are the man’s private property.
But it is not just mainstream media which depoliticises pandemic male violence against women. Innumerable documents and policies produced by international bodies such as the United Nations and national governments all enact the same hiding strategies. A mighty Chinook wind had blown through over the eleventh night, stealing away most of the snow.
The Tox Cave is where Drexel toxicology fellows and attendings have gathered to discuss the nuances of toxicology over the years. EMS reported that the patient has had a decreased appetite, diarrhea, and weakness for three days. The medical toxicologist and the emergency physician discussed the appropriate dose for this patient for full vs. I’m neurodivergent, with disordered thoughts and a mind that compels me to forget important big things and allows me to remember many small details and assemble them into ordered collections of data.
Compulsively, I began to assemble them, using collected stories of women who had drowned in bathtubs in care facilities, men who had been murdered by other patients in hospitals, women who were endlessly abused in care. She’d been placed in the Nathaniel Harper Home, a home for children with intellectual disability, at the age of nine. There was a nursing note on 31 December, 2012, stating that she had not slept but had been lying on her bed cradling her head in her hands. Amanda Gilbert, a woman with a mental illness and brain injury, raped thousands of times in care.
Yet domestic and family violence legislation could not protect them, nor would most be able to access justice or clear pathways to safety. I belong to the board of People with Disability Australia (PWDA), who joined me in telling the stories of those who had been lost to violence, neglect and abuse, especially those in institutional settings.
The Willow Court History group has amassed a huge body of evidence about Willow Court, the oldest asylum in Tasmania.
The board of People with Disability, all disabled women and men, decided to publicly remember our people. As a venue, the Glasgow Women’s Library was perfect as it was born from the history and achievements of the Women’s Movement whilst looking forward with its new premises and exciting vision for the future. So the aim of this workshop was more about reflecting on the different ways feminism has contributed to the expansion of women’s rights, highlighting the many ways women experience social  inequality both in the past and the present, and the important work being done by women and for women in the city of Glasgow.

Women politicians and the feminist campaigns that got them there.’ In light of the recent gains made by women in the House of Commons, Fiona discussed the value of positive discrimination to increase women’s political representation by highlighting efficacy of all female short lists in getting women into the Commons.
Rosemary discussed how the language of sexual violence in the present day is frighteningly similar to the discourse surrounding child abuse in Scotland in the early 20th century. First up was Dr Akwugo Emejulu (University of Edinburgh), with a provocative paper entitled ‘Whose feminism?
Sarah sought to emphasise the hidden histories of feminism that have fallen out of the historical narrative, focused as it is on the notion of wave periodisation which neglects the women who were active in-between. We heard from Sophie Kromholz and Halina Rifai, members of the Glasgow art collective TYCI, who discussed their activities as well as their broader reflections on what it means to be a feminist today.
With this in mind, Dr Andrea Hajek expressed the intention to follow this event up with a number of smaller workshops in the near future, which will consider some of the issues raised in greater depth and where the bond that was established with people from outside academia will hopefully be developed. The 1990s were the focus of sessions including Dr Kate Cook‘s session Lesbians and Feminism. Using many jokes she explained why LGBT and diversity should be a part Further Education in general and the English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) curriculum in particular. Razia explained that in her youth she was a Marxist, feminist, BME, lesbian Muslim and her politics formed her. In the last five minutes or so the ex-teacher spoke off-piste about giving up her weekends to translate the diaries.
And through these women’s revelations about their backgrounds and social context it’s clear that much is achieved despite enormous personal and social difficulties. Conveniently erased is the fact girls and boys do not grow up in a vacuum; they are inundated with incessant misogynistic messages of male sexual entitlement to females via mainstream media, men’s pornography industry and popular culture. Currently in the United Kingdom specialist feminist refuge services are being denied central government funding and instead non-specialist generic service providers are being awarded contracts by central government to operate these refuges. Sadly various feminist organisations have fragmented and there is currently no collective activism opposing male controlled government policies which refuse to accept women and men are not symmetrically situated or have equal access to socio-economic means. Not only has male violence against women been successfully depoliticised individualism is now dominant wherein men claim that women and men are symmetrically situated and women magically have limitless choices and agency.
One of the central issues is the fact many feminist organisations have capitulated to men’s demands and men’s interests because they know men will punish them for challenging male power. Philips and Henderson (1999) analysed a sample of articles on the subject of male violence published in popular and scientific journals between 1994 and 1996.
Women must not consume alcohol in public because female consumption of alcohol tells men “the woman is sexually available to them”!
Male sexuality as a social construction was subjected to feminist analysis and feminists recognised men accord themselves male (pseudo) sex right of access to females by claiming their sex is not accountable, because women alone are responsible for gate keeping supposedly insatiable and uncontrollable male sexual desire. Dumble for permission to reprint this article from GSN (Global Sisterhood Network) and to ‘Rain and Thunder’ for the original publication of the article by Jennifer Drew.
It is not necessary for all men to commit violence against women because the incessant threat of male violence supported by men’s institutions and structures is sufficient in itself to maintain male domination over all women.
However, these laws and social practices have all to commonly been ineffective and instead are used to blame the female victims and mitigate male violence against women. Only the man has the right of ending the sexual relationship, not the woman;  so when a woman dares to end her relationship with the man she must be punished and all too commonly her children, too. To experience this site as it was intended, please upgrade your browser: Internet Explorer or Firefox. Men and children as well as women, every state and territory of Australia; my search was restricted to only one criteria – disability. There’s a word for this kind of thinking – patternicity, the tendency to find meaningful patterns in both meaningful and meaningless data. She moved to Heathcote, then Graylands, a psychiatric hospital which is still open some fifty years later. Rebecca Lazarus, murdered at the hands of her partner, a man with schizophrenia who’d been identified as dangerous but placed in the same ‘low care’ group home as Rebecca.
Women with Disabilities Australia, PWDA and other disability groups lobbied vehemently for a national inquiry. There were startling revelations from other institutional settings like Parkside, Bribie Island, Challinor, and Peat and Milsen Islands. A Cross Disability Alliance public procession and memorial service will commemorate the lives of an uncounted number of people with disability in Australia who have died at the hands of others in institutions, places of confinement and at the hands of families and authorities. It was also great to have the conference away from a university setting particularly as it drew together so many from outside the academy. Whilst Fiona conceded that this sort of affirmative action was not a magic bullet, and gender parity in political representation will not automatically solve inequality between the sexes, she made the important point that striving for equal representation is one of many ways we might be able to achieve our goals. She demonstrated how victims were tacitly held responsible both for protecting themselves from harm and for the crimes committed against them. The Centre for Gender History is keen on engaging with the wider public, and hopefully the collaboration with Glasgow Women’s Library will also continue. She shared with her audience her experience of managing LGBT projects and initiatives within the Further Education sector.
But in a very personal, moving account she explained how her life experiences and relationships showed her the path to spirituality. Household names in the early 1920s, Farrar and Blaney had an on and offstage partnership, singing popular love songs of the day to each other in West End Revues and living together openly.
Her next book is From Cabin ‘Boys’ to Captains: 250 years of women at sea, History Press, 2016.
Some areas of the UK have already experienced existing refuge centers being shut down, leaving women with nowhere to go. Without a strong feminist collective this enables male supremacist policies to be enacted without any opposition. This is why men believe they are not a “group or gender” because their sex is the generic standard for humanity whereas women are “other”. Each act of male violence against women supposedly happens because the woman made a wrong choice or failed to enact her agency! But these feminist organizations have forgotten our herstory which tells us that an individual woman cannot successfully challenge male power but women enmass will change the world! Phillips, domestic abuse, feminism, feminist refuges, formal gender equality, gender neutrality, gender neutrallity, girls and boys, Global Sisterhood Network (GSN), government fundin, grassroots feminist organisations, GSN, institutional power, intimate partner violence, J. In addition public service messages emanating from various government institutions and mainstream media articles are all fixated on curtailing women’s right of freedom of movement and holding them personally accountable for their own safety.
Any woman who is attacked by a male anywhere irrespective of whether or not it was in the public sphere or private domain she, not the male perpetrator, is accountable because she failed to enact sufficient safety measures! Phillips, domestic abuse, ending male violence, ending male violence against women, feminism, J. Feminists during the 1970’s revealed how individual violent men are accorded impunity to inflict violence upon women and how male controlled institutions such as the law and male controlled political systems operate to justify, excuse and deny systemic male violence against women and girls. Given these men are supposedly “devoted family men” why do they make the choice to murder children they have fathered and supposedly love? Love and Oneness focuses on manifesting love – for yourself, with others, and for humanity itself.

Based on the serum digoxin concentration and his weight (80 kg), the calculated dosage for full reversal was four vials and for partial reversal was two vials of digoxin-specific antibody fragments. The Coroner carefully explained that it was the only place for her – as a consequence of her behaviour, she was ‘hard to place’. Stabbed, she choked out her last gasps on the grass outside the facility, whilst staff were left to ruminate on their lack of action following previous violent attacks. In one day, over 12 million Twitter timelines referred to Jill Meagher, and candlelight vigils were held around the country. Over the past twelve months, the Senate has heard thousands of stories like Peta’s, atrocities that were committed (often legally) as the result of power imbalances and oppressive social conditions. We learned that many of our people were buried beneath parking lots or in unmarked paupers’ graves, piled one upon each other. Responding to Fiona’s paper was Dr Victoria Browne (Oxford Brooks) who drew on the work of Susan Faludi to challenge the linear narrative of feminist progress which masks the backlash that so often accompanies any feminist gains.
We then heard from Dr Andrea Thompson, another member of the Centre for Gender History, who responded to Rosemary’s paper by discussing legislative changes surrounding rape within marriage, leading on to the second roundtable discussion of the day.
It was especially lovely to hear from Hannah (Houston) and Niamh, both of whom are about to start university and spoke eloquently about why feminism matters to their lives. Over 50 years ‘ I have often pondered upon the meaning and significance of my gender identity and sexuality in pursuit of an answer to the question we all ask at some point in our life: “What’s it all for?”   The world continues to turn, and attitudes towards gender, sex and sexuality have undergone a sea change since my own adolescence in the race and class conscious south London of the 1970s.
And it is thought that focusing on teaching girls and boys individually about “sexual consent” will somehow magically erase embedded institutional structures and systems which normalize male eroticisation of sexual power over women and girls and uphold dominant beliefs that males are never accountable for their sexual actions, behavior or choices! Instead non-specialist services are taking over and they are generic meaning there is no recognition whatsoever that intimate partner violence is not symmetrical whereby equal numbers of women and men are subjected to the same violence.
This ensures the focus is on individual women rather than how society operates whereby male created institutions and structures remain in place and maintain male domination over women.
Radical feminists have to keep on speaking the truth about male violence against women as men won’t willingly relinquish their institutional and individual power over women.
These questions must not be asked because it would mean focusing on male ownership of women and their children. Mainstream media is male owned and male dominated and hence is an effective male propaganda tool.
Your heart will be opened as you read about the adventures and experiences of people just like you. So there she stayed, devoid of family, devoid of the types of care which would be afforded to any autistic child or adult today, ‘going through bins, eating other patients’ food’. Kyla Puhle, the daughter of a middle aged couple from South Australia, starved to death in a beanbag whilst her parents went to school.
Two days after the discovery of her body, 30,000 people walked along Sydney Road in her memory. The 1200 inmates who died at Yarra Bend Asylum, for example, were buried in up to 400 graves along the banks of the Yarra, on what today is a practice fairway of the Yarra Bend public golf course. Victoria helpfully likened continuing gender inequality to a cake – even if the ingredients that go into making the cake change, the result is the same.
They were both concerned they might cry when speaking in the roundtable, but neither did – although I don’t know about anyone else. All the Nice Girls imagines her fictitious reaction to the younger pair as they live the starry life of Bright Young Things. The politics of how and why innumerable men inflict violence in all its forms on their female partners is being erased by claims of “gender neutrality”. And over the years, she was raped, sexually exploited, paralysed, beaten – subjected to atrocities that others cannot imagine. Her mother was a high school principal – in court, she was praised as a dedicated and loving parent, and walked free on a suspended sentence. There are no markers – like the inmates of Peat Island at the nearby Brooklyn cemetery, they lie unremembered.
The presence of women who do the hard work of supporting vulnerable women in our society reminded us of the fact that the work of gender history does not exist in a vacuum, and prompted an interesting discussion which emphasised the challenges of putting theory into practice. Will their relationship survive the pressures of the age and the conflicting urges to marry and conform or to party wildly into oblivion? This involved cutting pictures more or less at random from old magazines, then arranging and gluing them onto poster board. The Coroner recounts her medical history in dispassionate terms, but notes she was not able to access hospital or medical care. Nobody knew the name of Krystal Fraser, missing, presumed murdered and nine months pregnant.  Nor Shellay Ebony, Janene or Peta.
Allowing myself to gently smile at myself and my situation opened a portal to illuminate my situation with love and trust. Because men are the dominant class they accord themselves the right to define when and if men will be named. He was right.The traveling tornado brothers left after breakfast, marking the official end of the festivities portion of this holiday. I always remembered Marianne writing about allowing ourselves to shine (see her quote below), and I new it was my turn to do just that. However, I had totally forgotten I had Marianne and the star on my visionboard until several months after I had submitted my chapter for Adventures in Manifesting to the publishers. I came across it while searching archived photos of past visionboards to use in a workshop. I was fascinated and amazingly grateful that I had managed to not only have an opportunity to shine, but to do so alongside someone whom I had admired for so long. The last night, though, as we were finishing supper, The Muse explained that since I hadn’t pulled out the guitar during the whole visit, there would be some music that night. I had no idea that a friend of mine was also published in the same book in the series as me. I’d mentioned visiting Arlington National Cemetery with the boyz, but The Muse insisted we leave them ruffians behind.
Boyz.)The purpose of this excursion was not to visit the cemetery, but to provide a premise for some unencumbered conversation. The barriers to unencumbered conversation seem legion, and only some decent distractions ever provide the context necessary for it to emerge.
There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.

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