22 Burst results for "Five Hundred Women"

"five hundred women" Discussed on Unhinged and Bumbled up

Unhinged and Bumbled up

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on Unhinged and Bumbled up

"Hey everyone so before we start the show. I just wanted to talk a little bit about charity that we decided to support. When i mentioned is comes out we will be donating fifty percent of the prophets to this charity. But has jane to tell you a bit more about the charity where supporting the charities call refuge which opened the world's press refuge and jezek west london in nineteen seventy one since then is going to become the country's largest single provider of specialist support to women and children escaping domestic violence and other forms of ginger based violence on any given de biff future supports more than six thousand five hundred women and children for listening and has share. Hello and welcome to unhinged moved up on fell. She's jane and today we are going to be talking about kinks and fetishes so following on from the episode that we had with also we wanted to talk about our experiences our opinions and thoughts but i because a follow us about this like they wanna know how i- weeks been what within two and what we've been doing. So how'd you even jane. We should start this because it interacts a bit more. Apparently say cafe. Well thank you so much for asking. My leak has been manic. I've just recently moved f- flats so it's been a busy week of going to work coming back on unpacking so it's been a manic week and i really would love. Amass savage is nice. Nice wolf actually haired the actor this this kid. This is quite relevant..

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"five hundred women" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"Let's say because it comes from the lining of the uterus which when the the women's bodies preparing to be The host of a of an egg and have a baby grow inside of her. There needs to be a fertile atmosphere for that egg to implant and when she doesn't conceive then every month the body purges flushes it out and gets ready to start all over again so it's a very natural thing and there's nothing dirty you're dangerous about having sex on a period. I agree with you and it may be some real positives to it as well. Let's say look. Most recent poll five hundred women between the ages of eighteen and fifty. Were polled about it and eighty two percent of them surprisingly said they do have sex on their periods. Maybe the sole thing is changing in the stigmas going away. Fifty eight percent. They said fifty eight percent said they enjoy having periods sex sometimes more then when they're not on their payroll psychological or actual physical. Well we'll get into that in a moment. Ten percent however said they founded disgusting. Which i just think is insane disgusted at our age. Were just like we don't want to have to clean the sheets. You just get a sex blanket. She's all it's not just me. I'm gonna buy you guys a sex blanket. It's waterproof it's stain. Prove you can do anything on right this filthy as you want. So just fucking do kashi shit everywhere. Hot carl's just everything. I think if a woman has to put up with me stuff coming out of me every time we have sex at least i could do is what once a month right put up with whatever comes out of her look she is adverse to it as i am adverse in just incentive like we. Just don't wanna clean up the mess. I got it all right. Women sometimes feel horny or during their period than they do when they're not on their periods. Eddie pens twenty six percent of the women in this survey said they feel horny all the time..

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"five hundred women" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on Conversations

"Absolutely it was. I mean i think generally the vibe around sydney there was this a real electric energy around this around the cd so you want to be a part of it. In whatever way you could and so just to be a part of it you fill this sense of pride and and wanting to show the rest of the world who we are and how how incredible ow ow countries but also community is and how outfits nations community and so there was this real sense of fried but also a sense of. We've got a really big job ahead of us and to be able to rehearse all of these different combined components but also house all of these different people you know five hundred women from the central desert that the first time coming to sydney little on being part of the opening ceremony of the olympics. Like this whole cultural exchange between mob living in sydney with mlb set coming from the taurus. Mobs that are coming from the central desert so we had to really navigate that space but also run a major event. It'd be a part of a major event. So yeah it. Was this really electric time. I bet there was some good after parties all year. I was lucky enough as well to be a part of the closing ceremonies and steven asked me to dance with ben gara and he's dances for the closing ceremony with christina new myelin home so that's one of the highlights and Yeah that was one hell of a party one of the things that you do up indo and now ben is run airline theme parties with another drag queen now. How do these parties drawer on your own professional experiences..

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"five hundred women" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Al. I guess today is a fundraiser. From syria who came to the uk in two thousand seventeen onto the uk refugee resettlement program. She participated in choose. Loves around the world in forty days challenge last year raising money for people living in refugee camps affected by the pandemic she was also recognized as a member of england's national women's football team lionheart scored for her fundraising. She is joined by the founding director of. Give your best nonprofit that offers a platform where refugee women can shop for free from an online catalogue of donated clothes. Please welcome to the stage. Dima octa now dima your passion is running but that got disrupted. Can you tell us a little bit about your story. So yeah i'm actually. Before i lost my dig in tucson solve because of the war in syria so i was gonna micron country and since i lost my leg. I had that i have that home. Toronto gain and that a ten years. I get a prosthetic whether running back and i'm start to potty and start with it to cost to fix olympics not that ma that year because i recently i have my prosthetic big. When did you get the lay. Maybe three months ago. Oh it's really knew of applause so when so you now have to start training to run again. You were professional runner in syria before. I lost my personal trainer. Used to run and she ran in the olympics. Komo's games and it was like a full-time thing. Was that what you did. You got out of bed and you train to be running at up so that you remarkable as somebody who is not a very talented runner you can just say or of you. I at school every single race. I ever did at school. I came last every single race. I have no skill at all natural talent running. What kind of racist did you run in syria. Like i start with one hundred. And when i just like improve my body and the mortar start with was like to go to another city the war. It's just stop and travel and cinde. I lost my leg and like its new things to to work with with a prosthetic. And like i didn't have experienced before like what we think we would go like without interested sprink- not just like cat enough oil so you're going to start training here. Yeah and then you're going to run in the paralympics and will you run in the paralympics for great britain. Will you run the refugee team. Do you know yet. I didn't get that this is just gonna stop training. You see where it takes. You were really really exciting to hear more about that and so can you tell us a little bit about what you're doing at the moment. Yes sorry. I'm the founder of give your best and before we are a platform where actually the first platform dust. What we do and we provide a catalogue of donated clothing which women from refugee crowns or who are still seeking asylum the majority of the people who shop with us still seeking asylum or perhaps are destitute or have no recourse to public funding. They can shop for free so the idea of what we do is that we want to restore agency and choi east and not just give things but rather give a choice to the women in our community so we launched give your best only about eight months ago and yes and in that time is been so overwhelming to see the support that we've received and we have had over four and a half thousand items of clothing donated all of which have been shopped by over five hundred women. So we've built a community amazing and yes. We have a lot of women that now rely on what we're doing and we have a huge team as well a volunteer a lot of who actually here. We have a team of over seventy people now that we have recruited in the past eight. Wow oh women just because what we do attract women. We have women from the community that we support as well. Several of them are involved in everything that we do as well. It's been the highlight of the pandemic for me. Wow wow so give your best you call give your best because you give something. That's good you don't give this has got house -actly here some old underpants but people people do all five thousand eight hundred. People often take things that they think. Oh it's a bit worn out but oh give it to charity shop and what you're saying is. Is there anything in your wardrobe that you don't where that that somebody else could that. She is a beautiful piece of clothing off a very high quality piece of clothing. Virtually new do yes so basically the way it works says people that have these items to donate. Who yes we do. Ask for them to be the best things that you have that you don't wear. They submit everything online and we have then our amazing volunteers. They put everything into all only shop and women from our community than they can help it for free and we try to make it as much of shopping experience as we possibly can. Then we basically liaise with the people who want to donate the items and we give them the information as to where to send them. So it doesn't necessarily hold the items. There is no donation waste which is a very big issue as well so it goes from person to person and we. They liaison between the two so something that we like to. Emphasize is that connection between the two people. Clever like millionaire matchmaker but for clothing for women we send the information to the person. Gifting item we like to kind of redefine donation gift and we tell them the information of the person who wants the item and information that person gives the way is completely up to them because we deal with a very vulnerable group of people so if they wanted to shed a personal details with the person gifting the item they can send it directly to them otherwise they can only shy information with us and the items go via us. We asked them to make it personal to the person who is has shopped her. Because what we want to emphasize this that connection between the two sides and the facts that when you are sending an item of clothing you know it's a woman on the other side who is your same size and has your same fashion sense but is living in a completely different reality and we kind of won. T be the lot we do. Yeah will you address. So stanchly. I would i. You're really good. Investment for your own side because i actually address that i have re purposed the coach. So it's it's dream big kid. This is what we do in this year to. Do you know what. I have gone from side six to a size fourteen and i have some clothes that need home and very nice and where you could Gift to those that whoever gets these we'll get a long history of hp. Because i have collected them for twenty years.

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"five hundred women" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Whatever marketing is a scott for sure everything is marketing sales and sometimes both when they come in. Do you see anything interesting in the data's your five hundred women that are holding. The party's it's not just parties. i'm assuming they're also doing other things because it's just an affiliate etc. Do you see anything that gives you a inclination as to who will be more successful than somebody else like is it a certain geography is it. Household income is at a certain education level. It like you have a lot of followers on the internet. Like what do you see. Its intention okay interesting. What does that mean someone who's dedicated in talking about it regularly out impressions you need to see an ad like six or seven times authenticity. Yeah right and so if you that's what we're looking for like when we look think about influence or programs right it doesn't matter how many followers somebody has. It's how much engagement and what kind of engagement are people asking like. Gosh where did you get this thing. Are they truly truly invested in. Feel that emotional connection to the the creator and that's the core component of all the wise women. It's like if they actually try the products and they slept better like your friend. He's like i. I sleep so much better with this thing. You're now more inclined to try rate and so its first step. One is just letting them try the products seeing how they feel and when they get a better night's sleep where they were able to handle their anxiety or their kids were being crazy and they felt better during that they talk authentically about that and then it leads to sales doesn't feel like it's a hashtag. Add yoga answered post. Can men join. Yeah we have wiseman. Is that allowed. Yeah we have wiseman yeah all right and they hold parties to their i. Maybe maybe i don't know. I don't know what's happening with the wise men. They they're tweeting about it. They're telling their posting on instagram..

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"five hundred women" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Cash hard cash. Just be like hey just paying cash. I mean that's why i have you ever gone to a dispensary. That's like yet. Most the old school dispensaries were like just cash. Because of that reason. I was joking when i said that but like that actually makes us. Yeah because literally they do any pain processing so's cash only exactly men and no one. Everyone was like oh. These are like bad people because they're only doing cash new. You're forcing us forcing us. Yeah okay so why. Don't you do cash 'cause we're digital like they wanna make sure that it it's scalable and doesn't feel shady and who's using cash like women aren't walking around with like like sally demonstrations got like a safe full of cash sex going so he got a hundred the cops show up and they're like hey. We're the marijuana party is going to see that we just wanna make it really really shady all right so you digital payments and people can use credit card debit card all the normal stuff right but the affiliate link is the key to this whole thing. Because that's how you ensure that whoever recruits their friends as buyers not as nice and off affiliate link if you can track all the way through then you're able to pay them exactly. How do you do split. Like how much do you take how much they get paid. They get a high like it's twenty twenty five percent affiliate commission which is higher than does really those affiliated. Because that's the money that i would have to pay google and facebook to acquire sales. Yup so i just read my entire model to say. I'm not giving a dollar to google and facebook that is going to women who are supporting this mission. Got it so basically the the venture cavs who hate the fact that twenty to eighty cents of the dollars that they their copies fundraise go to google. Facebook is basically just a tax on the startup. Industry paid marketing. You're not saying well. Why don't we just give it to the actual people who need it and it's a higher. Roi because those people are also content. Creators i get so much more out of them. They'll content create they. They want like our seed round announcement like got so much amplification just from all the wise woman i five hundred women who are so hundred year. That are doing the parties. Yeah there are. We'd parties happening is contrary about. Let me tell you about these. We'd parties sally's got a lot of friends. They ain't got no cash but they got we'd all right. So how does this happen. Ahmaud woman and i see this. And i'm like i need to. I want to participate. Yeah i wanna make money. I have friends they want. We thought that coin. Like all the as much as joking around right they. They want these products. I want it my friends want it. I contact you through the website or like walk me through to somebody become a wise woman. Yeah they literally go to this website. They go through the flow. We approve them again. Affiliate link and then they go through a full like education about what is exactly what we have a full slack channel. That oliver wieselman are in and the cool thing that was the most surprising thing since launch. We've been live for six months. I was like okay. We'll see if women want to talk about these products cetera. Didn't realize is this community. That was happening kind of behind the social media wall. I realize that there's a lot of things that twitter can't do for women where a lot of women don't want to talk about sex lies in the public eye but they wanna talk about it in a group of people that can support them etc. So this idea of a community that they can reach out to but then what..

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"five hundred women" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on Accelerate!

"Help companies that are committed to increasing their diversity by helping them attract retain and hire women of color in their sales pipeline So if anybody's interested in partnering with sisters and sales I would love to meet you and talk to you about sisters and sales and if you're black brown woman we invite you to join us excellent. Yeah as we've talked with other guests on the show is is diversity is good business in sales and as for reasons you talk about in your book as well as is you bring a different set of live audiences to the job. And it's these differences in perspective. That are so important but can also be valuable ants only circumstances. So yeah. So i encourage people to charlotte. Satis is contact her about that. Certainly something that. That's well obviously well overdue and past due but We can move faster. I think are very good at that. So and it's more than just good business so yeah it is good business because diversity is good for business but it's also It's the right thing to do right now. Is to given everything that's been going on with. Social justice is you know. Expand your network if people in your lincoln network. Don't look like you. I challenge you to expand your network and one of the things that my mentor said to me bill green the former. Ceo of accenture was one of my mentors and he said share len. If you criticize people you razor defensiveness but cheryl view challenged people. You raise their game. So i wanna challenge your listeners. If everybody in your network everybody you're connected with on lincoln looks like you. That's what you're going to hire so connect with women of color. If you don't know any start with me. Connect with me unlinked. Dan and then you lease are connected to the twenty five hundred women of color and sales that i'm connected to right now. I love it. Great suggestion all right. So we're going to move on. We're gonna talk about Your book because it ties into some of these teams. Because you know. I think that success in sales i i sure many of your perspectives in terms of its a human business that we're in. It's less about sort of the traditional hard skills and whereabouts soft skills that you that you talk about new you label yourself as a relationship sales expert and as interested in getting your opinion on something. Because there's there's sort of this steady drumbeat online of talk about. Yeah there's like a post last week on like dan relationships and sales knowing wants those anymore and just not important and i'm sitting there trying to continue to contain my rage my impulse to to write back and think and just and the person wrote that article has been on the show. We disagreed quite vociferously about this. But i'm interested in your take on that. Because i think a group of people that just became instantly conflict relationships with friendships or they hear about relationships and i think about rain what their perception of what they perceived the good old days in sales to be those all by golf and drinks and dinner and as someone who's been in sales for over four decades quite frankly was never that way when i was in sales so not sure what they were for me. Either you never sold that way. I've never once on the golf course. No matter how many times i'm manager told me too. Yeah what. I look back at my career and i've traveled the world hundreds of millions of dollars equipment and systems and over forty years. I played golf twice and count as best. I can tell. I've taken customers dinner fewer than a dozen times yet. I did have relationships with people. They weren't my friends so just interested in your take on that. So i think we're aligned. I think that it's so one of the things that i looked at when i was looking at selling coming out of this pandemic is you know. I was taught that we should spend about twenty percent of our time getting to know a client and eighty percent of break time selling. We were the expert we were selling. And when i looked at the people i was talking to talking and in a sales reports talking to i realized something that kaiser permanente did a study on adults who felt that they were impacted by this pandemic and seventy six percent said they were emotionally impacted by the pandemic and i said baloney i think seventy six impacted and twenty four percent are lying. I think there's not a single person in the world that hasn't been impacted so we are connected. We are all connected from this pandemic so every single person you are talking to has changed how. They've approached life. They changed how they're buying. They change so we have sales people have to change. And so my challenge was what if you know as as we recover in reimagined and reinvent ourselves you know. What if we focused on solution rather than selling what if we focused on relationships rather than selling and so my challenge to people was what if we flip that instead of spending twenty percent of our time on relationships and eighty percent of our time on selling what have we spent eighty percent of our time on a relationship and twenty percent of our time solution with clients clients regardless of whether they're buying multimillion dollar sas solutions or hundred thousand dollars software solutions. They've done their research. They're spending time in front of the internet. They're very knowledgeable of customers have changed their approach with sales people have to change and i think we have to connect with people with where they are. And that's what the relationship is about. It's about it's about listening it's about connecting and that's not. you're my friend. That's not golfing to dinner. But right and i think that's the key word and my book which is new book coming out in february. It's the exact route same route. Which is it's about connection. That's the key it's not so. Don't get distracted by relationship and you think hey. This is a friendship ring. Go out on the golf course. And it's how you connect to this person's a human being but if you look at the definition of relationship this is what drives me. Nuts is definitions. It's a relationship is the way to or more people are connected. It doesn't mean they're friends. It's the way they're connected and if you're selling to someone and you're working to help them achieve something then you're in a relationship and why they want to or not. You are in a relationship and if you connect with them i hear people saying oh i get stood up or you know. I'm getting ghosted him. Like if you connect with somebody that will not happen. If you take the time. One of the things that i i tell on people and our couples also in my book is i. Talk about the four fs. I said if you during your discovery call whether you're calling current clients people. You've pitched in the past our brand new people if you focus on doing that. Discovery interview connecting with them. And what i guess is the four s. Is you ask people. What was it like the very first day you were back in the office during the pandemic. Everybody has a first story whether it's good bad or ugly. If you ask people what what have they figured out. What are they doing better. What's their finest thing that they're doing about two second-half the third ed is failure. What is a bane of their existence. Been back what has changed and the final one is. What is your future. If i gave you a magic wand what would you change once somebody tells you what it was like their first day back they shared their experience. And you can connect with them once somebody tells you what they're succeeding at important now once they tell you what they're failing at. You already know how you can help solve them at if they tell you what their future looks like..

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"five hundred women" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

"It comes to auditions. I you know i know for me. When there's an you know an open call chorus call whenever you know. There's there's one hundred two hundred men but then there's five hundred women you know. It's there's always been that more. Women typically are going out for rules Just just in sheer numbers but i. I'm curious in in what you were saying. If that now over these last few years women are seeing themselves not only as those who can speak the lines but they can write the lines they can be the ones producing those those characters and those stories and so young now. They're broadening their own their own perception of what they can do and who they can be in this business exactly. I'm i'm enjoying like what we were talking about. Pre show the sitcoms that were watching the seventies right now. I'm watching the mary. Tyler moore show. And i'm watching it from the beginning now with some more education and every writer on mary tyler. Moore's a man and it's all about mary's single life in her thirties and how hard it is for her to be single and but she's so beautiful. She's so thin and she's poor road who is also beautiful and thin. You know it's just like it's so fascinating to see how. It's being given to a woman to speak in a certain way and that as me watching nick at night when i was eleven watching the mary. Tyler moore show. That's what i was told to be. I was told to get married fast. I was told to to you know wild to be considered. I was considered this feat. This miracle that i got out. I left my hometown. I want to pursue my career. I while my parents were very supportive. It was a very mary. Tyler moore story like wow you. Don't wanna get married. I wow that's so courageous and brave of you and you're like well. No but i. I want to pursue. Why have explained this to you. Have to prove myself in a way and a lot of the mary. Tyler moore episodes that. I've come across so far are all written by men. So it's exciting to see that difference now with tanya saracho in viva and like i talk about an an idolize Gloria because she's so great at that and a lean like they're just doing it and they're saying other women writers as well and not discriminate against men. But like if the story calls for that. You need you need a true experience to be able to talk about it. In the writer's room to then produce that to what people are being fat at home. And i've spoken about this with with other guests on the podcast about their need to be that balance it it. It can't be just all women stories. About what men go through. It can be your men writing about what women go through. There needs to be this balance of of gender and race and diversity so that versity it because especially dramas. Don't just talk about one thing. Sitcoms like crazy ex girlfriend doesn't just talk about one thing one joke and that's it. They cover many different topics and subjects. And what this character goes through with that character goes through so the writing rooms need to be as diverse as what your stories need to be exactly and i am curious if that changed for theater for live theater I feel like the has always had more of a space to feel dangerous or feel like.

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"five hundred women" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

"Adma recovering workaholic. And so i. I have i have a. I have very linear thinking. I like to joke when people all time. If i wasn't a position. I would be an engineer because i just like to see beautiful solutions to big problems. Just simple solutions to big problems and the women who are sitting at the table. Everybody like we didn't even wanna leave. I needed to go back to work to get back to work. And i have to say to that. These women they weren't it wasn't a group of women where you would have thought okay definitely. Their businesses were aligned and the could refer business back on each other. Wasn't anything like that. There was one woman who was videography for one woman. She was a vp at a bank. You know it wasn't obvious how we could help each other. What was very very what was at the forefront was that everybody wanted to help each other. It's just that desire. Just that route was there that made all the difference so he wanted to leave. Everybody wanted to stick around and somebody said this was the best lunch i've had in a while. We should do this. i gave. everybody was clamoring. Yes we should absolutely do that again but you know what was going to happen campy busy and it would never happen again because it had tcm so much time for the get our schedules to align so that we could have gotten together on the ranch hill. I said okay. Here's what we're gonna do. This is me this newer planner. Here's what we're gonna do. We're gonna meet. It was the third monday the month. We're gonna meet on the third monday of the month. We're gonna do it if you could make it amazing. We'll be happy to see you if you can't make it fine to at always here invites will bring a friend and i love this zaven for my clients. I always tell my clients right now. The best thing you can do is to build your community as like you know. There's there's a lot of communities that are out there that you can go be involved in being engaged jan. You and i met through women network calving our communities. We engage in but building. Your own community is one of the best things that we can do for creating the presence that we put out into the world for growing our businesses. How did so as as this started to grow and really take off from that place. How did that impact your business. Well i am tell you kept me from that very first day. It was a complete turnaround raising my business. Yeah everything changed in that moment and what i know about you is. It wasn't all about the business side of it. It was really about the true connections True showing up for one another in fattest such an expansive energy to show up in when we show up in that expanse of energy of helping one another everything shifts. So it's it's not destroy our business shifts but our lives. Absolutely i had i had no predetermined ideas about what would come out of this meeting. I was just meeting with some women. And if maybe because like i said at this point i'd been networking everywhere my rolodex. Let's use this old term. My list of contacts was extremely long so my thoughts were well a meet with these women. See there's some way that i could share my connections with the safe. I could help them grow their business. That was my approach to this whole meeting this whole getting together. Maybe make a friend. Maybe talk about babies. 'cause you know for in that state of life other people had babies to just just to have a good time at lunch and it turned out here we are gonna be eight years eight years and it's it's just a wonderful wonderful community. Yes yes. I n Pre covid what did it look like. And then we'll talk about what a look like what you had to do in this past year. Let's talk about lead Pre covid. where did you what was happening in late. Lanes power lunch so copen. We would meet once a month but we had outgrown as you can imagine how roomy tuesday we went through a couple of places that we would meet for launch. But i'm on the board of one of the local nonprofits and so we re basically to their common room and we started having our meetings there so once a month we would meet after a while. We realized that he doesn't matter. What area of business where we can have the same issues. It's either gonna be something to do with personal development business so we started to have a speaker coming in every month to talk to us about something it push in areas and then we. It will probably about a year in when we decided. Why don't why don't we just have a summit. Why don't we just for. No reason has summit where we get some really great speaker and come together and have launched one of the women who was a part of our group she had a banqueting facility so obviously you know she showed up and we supported her with that and so we started having our annual summit and then people started talking about which be nice if we had a girl gets what we started treat. Yup treat was to bermuda. This is all my gosh. That sounds awesome. Had we were just having such. We became friends ring. We were having such a great time. Together everybody would always bring a friend or lists now is about maybe about twenty five hundred women not everybody shows up for every single thing but people show up when they can friend. It's it's a beautiful beautiful community and there's only one and it is that we intentionally support each other Love that a toy. Love that and it's so it's so beautiful that you grew it from the six women around the table to twenty five hundred women at this point and i'm guessing that this past year so you're you're meeting live. You're meeting live all attempts Always suddenly you can't meet live. There's prob- i'm guessing. There were some big challenges in. Okay what do we do with this now but it also probably was had some expansive elements associated with it. So let me share this story with you. You're gonna find this hilarious. We we went into lot. Joan on the.

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"five hundred women" Discussed on Power Of The Purse Podcast

Power Of The Purse Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on Power Of The Purse Podcast

"I the. Rating agencies for bad corporate governance for a lot of complaints, and so you know you wouldn't have lost money in that, for example you know. Wells Fargo is another example where they had been downgraded because of all the complaints and you know you whitten have been in that stock and so I. Think there is a strong case to be made that yes G. Investing is not just good for the way you feel and for promoting social causes, but it's actually good investing. Holly Word people find information about companies like that. You said that it was rated somewhere. had. You know before you go into an investment. What its? Values are. Well, I have to tell you about being largest not for profit shareholder advocacy group, which is called you so. They have a they're out of California and the president of that outset is anti a Har-? Who actually read and commented I interviewed him for the book, and he wrote a summary for the book. If you go into that website, you can type in any stock, ETF or mutual fund, and it will give you their ratings. You can also add investment advisor I mean we have rating agencies that actually evaluate. All kinds of companies and all kinds of products on an es g scale. So it's, it's information. That's readily available, but it's not often. For So if I have a portfolio of individual stocks may be some exchange traded funds, and some mutual funds and I WANNA know. If and if I am holding an a stocks that are like that. can I ask my broker or my financial adviser? To, do an analysis an audit of my. Portfolio absolutely okay I can't remember the numbers right now, but I can tell you then that male advisers are much less likely to want to pursue ESPN busting. Same might have to do some pushing and I think I. Think this is do. This is a hangover from the early days of impact investing where people actually had to take lower returns in order to invest with their values, but that is no longer the case that was when there were only a few products. They were very expensive, so it caused a reduction in returns. It's just not that way anymore. You can get comparable, if not better returns while. Reducing breasts using yes, Japan passing. Holly let's define that again, so we sure that everybody understands the. ESP is three letters and they were soon. Acronym that presents what three things that the first one is environmental, and just to give you an example of that. When I did my survey of the five hundred women their number one issue that they were concerned with was that change, and though if you're investing in an es, G. Portfolio, and you care strongly about climate change, you invest in companies that are doing their part to get us to a better place, so. You want to invest in companies that are looking at alternate sources of fuel whatever that may be I, mean we? We have to be honest with ourselves. We are dependent on oil to drive our society, so we're not at a place at this point where we can say while I i..

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"five hundred women" Discussed on Power Of The Purse Podcast

Power Of The Purse Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on Power Of The Purse Podcast

"I the. Rating agencies for bad corporate governance for a lot of complaints, and so you know you wouldn't have lost money in that, for example you know. Wells Fargo is another example where they had been downgraded because of all the complaints and you know you whitten have been in that stock and so I. Think there is a strong case to be made that yes G. Investing is not just good for the way you feel and for promoting social causes, but it's actually good investing. Holly Word people find information about companies like that. You said that it was rated somewhere. had. You know before you go into an investment. What its? Values are. Well, I have to tell you about being largest not for profit shareholder advocacy group, which is called you so. They have a they're out of California and the president of that outset is anti a Har-? Who actually read and commented I interviewed him for the book, and he wrote a summary for the book. If you go into that website, you can type in any stock, ETF or mutual fund, and it will give you their ratings. You can also add investment advisor I mean we have rating agencies that actually evaluate. All kinds of companies and all kinds of products on an es g scale. So it's, it's information. That's readily available, but it's not often. For So if I have a portfolio of individual stocks may be some exchange traded funds, and some mutual funds and I WANNA know. If and if I am holding an a stocks that are like that. can I ask my broker or my financial adviser? To, do an analysis an audit of my. Portfolio absolutely okay I can't remember the numbers right now, but I can tell you then that male advisers are much less likely to want to pursue ESPN busting. Same might have to do some pushing and I think I. Think this is do. This is a hangover from the early days of impact investing where people actually had to take lower returns in order to invest with their values, but that is no longer the case that was when there were only a few products. They were very expensive, so it caused a reduction in returns. It's just not that way anymore. You can get comparable, if not better returns while. Reducing breasts using yes, Japan passing. Holly let's define that again, so we sure that everybody understands the. ESP is three letters and they were soon. Acronym that presents what three things that the first one is environmental, and just to give you an example of that. When I did my survey of the five hundred women their number one issue that they were concerned with was that change, and though if you're investing in an es, G. Portfolio, and you care strongly about climate change, you invest in companies that are doing their part to get us to a better place, so. You want to invest in companies that are looking at alternate sources of fuel whatever that may be I, mean we? We have to be honest with ourselves. We are dependent on oil to drive our society, so we're not at a place at this point where we can say while I i..

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Supreme Court set to hear Obamacare case argued by phone

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court set to hear Obamacare case argued by phone

"The justices are hearing a dispute about trump administration rules that would allow more employers who cite a religious or moral objection to opt out of providing no cost birth control to women the government has estimated the change would impact approximately seventy thousand five hundred women who would lose contraception coverage in one year as a result today's second argument is a free speech case related to unwanted telemarketing calls justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg plans to participate from the hospital she is an infection caused by a gall stone I'm Julie Walker

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"five hundred women" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Call one eight hundred red cross to make your donation appointment to win back show the Twin Cities news talk station Twin Cities news talk dot com now more than ever where you get your news matters start your day with the fax this is America's first news this morning with Gordon deal have to choose between one candidate who wants to burn this party down and another candidate who wants to buy this party out what we can do better people to judge at the Las Vegas presidential debate last night talking about Bernie Sanders and Mike Bloomberg Jennifer has more on that in just a moment meanwhile if you find yourself eating too much added sugar and on healthy fats it might be because you're not getting enough sleep that's according to a new study in the journal of the American heart association researchers from Columbia university's Irving Medical Center examine the associations between measures of sleep quality and the dietary patterns of nearly five hundred women who took part in the year long study of sleep patterns and cardiovascular risk in women CNN says what they found was that the poorer their quality of sleep and the less they slept the more the women consumed added sugars saturated fats and caffeine according to the researchers the findings are important because women are at high risk for obesity and sleep disorders which can both be driven by a high intake of food foods high in added sugars and on healthy fats are also linked to health conditions and diseases including type two diabetes heart disease and obesity eight minutes in front of the hour on this morning once again here's Jennifer got and now the three big things you need to know number one six democratic presidential hopefuls met on.

"five hundred women" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Detect early dementia symptoms just by combing through existing data on healthy people. Dr Thomas McCoy is the first author of a paper. The Group has published in the Journal of Alzheimer's and dementia individuals who are in the highest risk quad tile with three times. More likely like wait to go on to the sea the diagnosis and then those individuals who are in postwar overall algorithm scanned up to eight years of records for each individual digital and it used natural language processing to find key terms about cognitive symptoms. It took that team about six years to develop the algorithm but once their software was up and running it was remarkably short amount of time to analyze health records and Ohio woman is reflecting on being given a second enchants after spending more than a decade in prison for killing an abusive partner in self defence to me. A hunter was granted common. See earlier this year. By then Governor Governor John Casick Hunter had already served thirteen of her fifteen years to life sentence when she was released from prison. Through the work of Ohio's clemency project. She says many women in her situation have never committed a violent offense until they end up in an abusive relationship before this Would ideal citizen. I pay my taxes. I didn't do anything against the law. I found myself in abusive relationship and I just wanted to live so I had to defend myself and this month hunter celebrates her five-month adversary being home. She is employed an attending college. The clemency project is a partnership between the Ohio domestic violence network the state public defender's office the Ohio Justice and Policy Center and others. I'm Nadia Ramleh. Gone nationwide about forty five hundred. Women are incarcerated for defending their lives or lots of their children against abusers. Finally one hundred twenty year old idea to make New Mexico's White Sands National Monument. A national park could be realized before the end of the year. Ross Brown has all report. The wavelike dunes of gypsum sand covered. Two hundred seventy five square miles of desert in southern New Mexico and attract thousands of visitors each cheer New Mexico. Senator Martin Heinrich says the park designation was included in the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year twenty twenty and approved by the US Senate on Wednesday stay Heinrich hopes that designation will improve the economies of towns that surround whitesands. When I talk to people from all around the country often times they don't know the breadth and diversity if our state and white Santas southern New Mexico's branded is unique? In the World Heinrich says President. Donald Trump agreed to sign the legislation. White Sands National National Monument is sixty five miles north of white sands missile range where testing the first atomic bomb took place in nineteen forty five..

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"five hundred women" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Early dementia symptoms just by combing through existing data on healthy people. Dr Thomas McCoy is the first author of a paper. The Group has published in the Journal of Alzheimer's and dementia individuals who are in the highest risk quad tile with three times more likely to go into a see the diagnosis and then those individuals who are in poor overall algorithm scanned up to eight eight years of records for each individual and it used natural language processing to find key terms about cognitive symptoms. It took that team about six years used to develop the algorithm but once their software was up and running it was remarkably short amount of time to analyze health records and Ohio woman is is reflecting on being given a second chance after spending more than a decade in prison for killing an abusive partner in self defence to me. A hunter was granted comments career this year. By then governor John Casick Hunter had already served thirteen of her fifteen years to life sentence when she was released from prison through the work of although Hios Clemency project she says many women in her situation have never committed violent offense until they end up in an abusive relationship before this with Ideal citizen. I pay my taxes. I didn't do anything against the law. I found myself in a abusive relationship and I just wanted to live so I had to defend myself. This month. On Punter celebrates her five month anniversary being home. She is employed and attending college. The clemency project is a partnership between the Ohio domestic violence network the state state public defender's office the Ohio Justice and Policy Center and others. I'm Nadia Ramleh gone. They should wide about forty. Five hundred women are incarcerated for defending their lives or laws of their children against abusers. Finally one hundred twenty year old idea to make New Mexico's White Sands National Monument. A national park. Could we realized before the end of the year Rose Brown has all report. The wavelike dunes of gypsum sand. Cover two hundred seventy five square miles of desert in southern New Mexico and an attract thousands of visitors each year New Mexico. Senator Martin Heinrich says the park designation was included in the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year twenty twenty and approved by the US Senate on Wednesday Heinrich hopes that designation will improve. The economies of towns surround whitesands when I talked to people from all around the country often times they they don't know the breadth and diversity of our state and White Santas southern New Mexico's brand. It is unique in the World Heinrich says President. Donald Trump has agreed to sign the legislation station. White Sands National Monument is sixty five miles north of white sands missile range. Where testing of the first atomic bomb took place in nineteen forty five? I'm by Clifford. Thanks for wrapping up the week with public news service where member and listener supported and we are online at public new service DOT ORG. I love that guy back..

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"five hundred women" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Issues they are desperate to overturn an election where you voted a former secret service agent NYPD officer a New York times bestselling author he's ready to talk but are you ready to listen that day in bhaji no show for the Westwood One podcast network with the conversation starts listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts Dr Sanjay Gupta new recommendations say more women should be assessed for Brock imitation of doctor Sanjay Gupta CNN's chief medical correspondent first things first while breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women Brock at for breast cancer mutations are pretty rare according to the United States preventive services task force brought the one M. bracket two mutations only occur in an estimated one in three hundred five hundred women and account for just five to ten percent of breast cancer cases and fifteen percent of ovarian cancer cases the U. S. P. S. T. F. used only recommend the genetic test for women with a family history of breast ovarian to bill or peritoneal cancer now the task force says women who have personally been diagnosed with those types of cancers but have completed treatment and are considered cancer free should also be assessed as should women of Ashkenazi Jewish descent I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life.

A Historical Interview with Ruth Simpson

Making Gay History

06:49 min | 3 years ago

A Historical Interview with Ruth Simpson

"So here's the scene it's the dead of winter in nineteen eighty nine I've just taken a two hour bus ride from Manhattan to Woodstock New York a small town on nestled in the catskill mountains ruth picks me up at the bus station and we drive a short distance to the small Cozy House she shares with Ellen Pourville her partner of many years and flora they're very friendly poodle ruth is a small woman although she's quick to note but she's not as finishing once was she's in her early sixties and has short grey here ellen several years younger she's tall and thin made even taller by thick crown of Brown hair as usual I'm starved thankfully ruth is prepared lunch and we talk while we eat ellen mostly hovers in the background occasionally pouring wine for Ruth Ginger Ale for me before I dive into my sandwich I clip microphone to Ruth's butter and press record interview with Ruth Simpson and Ellen phobic bill February Ninth Nineteen eighty-nine Woodstock New York one PM tape one side one interviewer Eric Marcus Alice the time totally closeted then I heard a radio interview with Martha Shelley who used to be active in the game and she gave the name of daughters this and the the address and the time and day of meeting so I just went there one night and the felt had come home to my people just rub it was on a dark street in Manhattan happened on the second floor were you fearful going there that first time let me explain about my being closeted for so long it was I never never had guilt feelings or never thought I'm so peculiar what am I doing in the world but I was very aware of the sociological dangers involved with getting a job and of course I held at the time I went to build a top executive physician on Madison Avenue you have to be concerned going because of your job either put it in a nutshell which is where the logs you've been open You couldn't have gotten your your jobs no I'll I'll tell you what happened about when I did come out of the classic of anyway nope no I wasn't frightened I felt a certain sense of adventure walk in the room and look around and see a hundred women say my God the there are many of us in Manhattan you remember what was discussed at that meeting mouse lay it was a rap session at that time deal was not very political there was talk about a women who thought they were straight but we're having doubts yes there were a lot of stories about what happened when I told my parents it was pretty much all on a personal level awesome I assume a lot of people who attended meetings where people who are risking their their careers Aso's fell out of women were frightened to be there was some of the Mirror Oh yes yes yes there were were straight women screaming a bit about Organization Administration of the Organization and I said that I would be program director after about Mansard meeting she could very heavily involved very fast you became president in sixty nine. UPN President Sixty nine when in sixty nine confronted was it before the riot stonewaller Oh yeah he was yeah what a what is still more present very definitely represented. Hey there's a war on there and keep in mind when you have in those times lesbian organization might have three to five hundred women at a week can dance you had a lot of people that didn't want to hear from politics and some of the women resented when we started to get political where did your political interest come from well I was very peripherally involved in the black movement I would go out and ring doorbells and Gigi to join any ACP all of this sort of thing this was during the same time or earlier earlier my parents fabulous fabulous people Were very active in the very early days of the Labor movement in the country when I was twelve I saw my first police brutality on the picket line saw my father get beat those hand and ran from tear gas so I had all that kind of thing in in my background twice sort of stepped back and for Warriors I should've but then when I went to deal be I wanNA try and try to see it shouldn't be that others have to obey the young people have to go through this sort of pain psychic pain and the deceit and lies and the broken families we reached an age from like eighteen seventy two wonderful over time you were there were dances every every meet yeah where did you see dances in seventy we got the loft down in in the Soho we are so glad because knew how important it was to have a home we ordered lumber for partitions with made a kitchen we made a library I mean so great

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"five hundred women" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"In between you and the life you want to live CBT medic target your pain at its source it's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil get back to your life with CBT medic available online and at CVS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease are you ready for a podcast that tells the truth about America Jan bungee no show these people ladies and gentleman are at war with tackling the hottest political issues they are desperate to overturn an election where you voted a former secret service agent NYPD officer a New York times bestselling author is ready to talk are you ready to listen that day in budget show for the Westwood One podcast network with the conversation starts listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts with Dr Sanjay Gupta new recommendations say more women should be assessed for Brock a mutation of Dr Sanjay Gupta CNN's chief medical correspondent first things first while breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women Brock for breast cancer mutations are pretty rare according to the United States preventive services task force brought the one and brought it to me cations only occur in an estimated one in three hundred five hundred women and account for just five to ten percent of breast cancer cases and fifteen percent of ovarian cancer cases the U. S. P. S. T. F. used to only recommend the genetic test for women with a family history of breast ovarian to bill or peritoneal cancer now the task force says women.

"five hundred women" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred women" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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BRCA gene mutation assessments too low for women, experts say

America's Morning News

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

BRCA gene mutation assessments too low for women, experts say

"While breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women Brock for breast cancer mutations are pretty rare according to the United States preventive services task force brought the one and brought it to me cations only occur in an estimated one in three hundred five hundred women and account for just five to ten percent of breast cancer cases and fifteen percent of ovarian cancer cases the U. S. P. S. T. F.

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A new story from Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:03 min | 3 years ago

A new story from Fresh Air

"Fluoride protects teeth from the K. so public health officials celebrate what's been accomplished by putting it in many water supplies but Christine tell a psychology professor at York University in Toronto also wondered about potential downsides it's important that decisions about safety it needs to be based on evidence and evidence is thin when it comes to pregnant women and their babies so tell inner colleagues analyzed data from a research project involving more than five hundred women and babies living in six cities and it turned out that about half of the sample where cities like Toronto where they add fluoride to drinking water and the other half like Montreal and Vancouver were cities but you're not tied Florida drinking water that give her a sample with the whole spectrum of fluoride exposure the scientists measured fluoride both by estimating water consumption and by measuring fluoride in urine samples as the team reports now when the journal Gemma pediatrics it appears that higher levels of fluoride lead to lower I cues in the children only boys are affected when we looked at urinary fluoride that both boys and girls were affected when we looked at maternal for it in check our water fluoride concentration the difference was typically a couple of I. Q. points that's a small difference for any individual child fail and impact of this magnitude at a population level because you would have millions of more children falling in the range of intellectual disability or an IQ score less than seventy and that many if your kids in the gifted range it's actually very similar to the effect size that is seen with childhood exposure to lead David bell enter a professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School reviewed the paper before it was published and wrote a commentary about it he says it's important not to read too much into a single study but this one certainly raises important issues but it's not really about water fluoridation the study found even in cities that had floor dated water women got most of their fluoride from other sources presumably certain foods T. N. toothpaste so I think it's a mistake to focus too much on the water fluoridation piece here people have such strong feelings about fluoride one way or the other he says you know in truth I don't think this paper is going to move the needle tremendously for a lot of people scientists who advocate for floored will point to the weaknesses inherent in a population study like this and the people who on the other side who think that fluoride is is quite toxic gonna say see we we told you so the senior author Christine till agrees that her paper is going to cause a stir I think people are going to be shocked but I think people should realize that science is constantly evolving a previous study in Mexico found a similar link she says so this is not the first to suggest one fluoride consumption during pregnancy has no known health benefits to the baby tell says so she suggests a simple precautionary step is the science is explored further we recommend that women reduced fluoride intake during pregnancy David Ballenger adds that could at least relieve anxiety as we wait for more

Anal cancer is on the rise, especially in women

Dr. Daliah

08:57 min | 3 years ago

Anal cancer is on the rise, especially in women

"So we're gonna talk about anal cancer. Okay. And the American Cancer Society estimates that we will have eighty three hundred new anal cancer cases this year in the two thousand nineteen and the majority of them women fifty five hundred women twenty seven seventy and men and the expect twelve hundred this year seven hundred sixty women five hundred twenty men now do anal cancer cases and rising for many years, and it is rare. I mean, I have to say it's rarer than others more rare younger individuals that we usually see these older adults the average age actually being in the early sixties, but they say the risk of being diagnosed with anal cancer. In your lifetime is about one in five hundred. And it can be treated so. There's been some suggestions on what we should maybe do to try to lessen these. So what's the number one risk factor of getting anal cancer? Well, the. So the. The human papillomavirus can cause a squamous cell cancer. And it could also cause cancer the throat it could also cause cancer of the penis. It could cause cancer of the cervix and we do vaccines for it. But HP is a group of about one hundred fifty related, viruses and the called papilloma viruses because the calls papilloma 's like warts. Subtypes, but the one most of the cause anal cancer is HP sixteen now other types can cause Ken awards. Ena works not cancer. The two types of HIV that caused the wards are HP six HP eleven. Most AIn awards do not develop into cancer. But they say people have had in awards are more likely to get anal cancer. Well, why well because if you've been infected with some HP subtypes, you might be more at risk of infecting of if you've got HP one way, then it just takes just as a matter of time that you might get HP again same way, but a different HP, basically get it from skin-to-skin contact. And so if somebody's warts or somebody's vaginal discharge or a wreath. Wreath touches, you you could then contracted. So it's very easy HP usually spread by sexual activity. Or seen a lot more throw cases for seen them mostly men and again access to HP. You could even spread it by your hands. Now HP is so common is probably the most common sexually transmitted disease out there, even though a lot of people don't have symptoms. In fact, I think committee is the number one diagnosed s but HP is the most common one out there. Well, that's why we have vaccines for now. Smoking puts you also at risk for cancer. HIV put you at risk. Certain gender and race ethnicity. They say African Americans younger than age sixty seems to be more common than women. But after sixty were common in women. So there was a article written slate where should man start getting Pap smears, anal peps. So the Pap smear was a we've talked about that develop for cervical cancer. Doctor Pap Nicolau was discovered it. So what he would do would collect a small samples of cells for the cervix examine the for stages and the structure to see who could be precancerous interesting when you look at these these cells, you could tell when one is starting no, turn vicious and start to change. And so just simple. Let's look at the cells under the microscope. Start seeing changes. And so we then start to do paps since we found out that we could identify cervical cancer so easily. We start to yearly we wouldn't even give birth control. Until you got your Pap smear. Things have changed to make things less expensive to have less procedures done on people and put people through possibly unnecessary tests. They decided to spread out when no pun intended when you get a Pap test. So now, you don't even have to get a Pap test to twenty one even if you're having sex as a fourteen year old I disagree with that. I think you should still be screened for today's I still think somebody should be giving you a talking about sex. But you could now wait till you're twenty one and have paps every three years. So. We do this to look for HP infection. Of the of the cervix. Now, I talked about a Pap smear of the throat years ago. Why aren't we check in the back of the throat if somebody performs a lot of oral sex, and it's in somebody who has had HPV why don't we screen them? And I believe some Dennis actually have in their office and oral HP test where you gargle and you spit into something. And then they could look to see if they could see HP that's something they can do. Now, just even avid said, we know that HP infect cells that line the anal canal the same as infect cells that line the service that he's a physician specialize in an infectious disease in Whitman Walker health, and they offer comprehensive health and wellness services to LGBTQ people throughout the DC area. And you do have increase in editor sexual homosexual activity when it comes to anal sex that seems to be a very very common. Celli say addition to the repertoire that people have. Whereas decades ago some people really want to go there or they wanna talk about going there. Now, people are very very open about that. So there's then unfortunately, more there's a whole nother now orifice that needs to be looked at an unfortunately could be ignored. You don't want to ignore the. Now, the rectum and we've talked about was not specifically designed to take the pressures of sex. That's why some people get tearing some people get a fissures things like that. And so could unfortunately introduce a lot more vaccinia pathogens STD's? So why are we ignore it? When it comes to HP. So Howard Brown health, which serves LGBTQ patients at numerous locations in Chicago has the decision to screen certain subgroups of patients because they believe that early detection of anal cancer precancerous areas of potentially circumvent greater vity and mortality now. It's actually that difficult man. Lies on his side. It's not as bad as woman getting Pap smear LES on his side. They take a little swab inserted a couple centimeters into the anus rotates. And then take take the swab out throw it into the container into the solution that then the fix that then gets into the lap. So it's a lot quicker than a passer. Now, some of you have been, you know, asking what are symptoms of colon cancer or colorectal cancer or anal cancer? Sometimes not sometimes you get some bleeding when you wipe now. Lot of you guys get blood when you wipe, and if that happens you've got to see. Dr. And you'll say, oh, well, no, I just have some hemorrhoids. Okay. Can make you bleed. Absolutely. Then the question is why did you give birth? Are. You a truck driver. Are you constipated? So there's a reason. Well, now, let me ask you. Why are you constipated? My diet. Maybe you're constipated because you have a mass in there, and you have to keep pushing the stool around that mass. And that's why you're constipated, and that's. So just because you think you have a reason for a symptom. You have which we all try and do and search for don't wanna panic west of the doctor if you have constipation if you have him rights, if you have blood on your toilet paper, you've got to get that checked out. I'm not saying it's not saying you have rental cancer. But it's. You can't blow off something as simple symptom because there may be something on this

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