|What is the movie about the lesbian Vampire Nurses in the old hospital called?|
I saw a movie on the SciFi channel with these nurses who worked in a hospital and they kept taking the patients blood to do "lab work" but it turned out they were vampires and they were using their blood to drink and the hospital that they worked in had been shut down a long time ago.. I think the title of the movie was Room ... but I don't remember the # of the room which would be the rest of the title for the movie... Does anyone know what the movie I'm talking about is called?? Thank you in advance (:
Is this it www.imdb.com/title/tt0451187/
|I'm a Lesbian Nurse....How HOTT is that!!!?|
So yea Im a PROUD nurse as well as a PROUD Lesbian just thought I'd let everyone know!!!
|Good for you.|
|Does being a lesbian make you a bad person?|
My friend is gay and she feels as though people view her as being a bad person. She's a nurse and does a lot to help the community but doesn't want to come out of the closet. How can I help her to be less unsure of herself?
|It's the choices you make that make you a bad person. Not your sexual preferences. Make sure that you tell her you will be there to help and support her through this. Keep telling her there is nothing wrong with you. You are a wonderful person and love her! |
Hope this helps!
|Male nurse laughing at butch lesbian.....?|
I found a situation today non-sense. A bald headed male nurse who works at the hospital was laughing at a butch lesbian visitor for being butch. She was waiting for the elevator.
This butch lesbian was gorgeous and beautifully dressed.
His female co-worker who is a nurse herself said to him, "don't laugh...she is a very good person"
Why was he laughing at the butch lesbian, when she was gorgeous and beautifully dressed?
|Because hes ignorant, just like the guy who finds out a classmate is gay & teases him. They don't know how to react to situations and act immature about it.|
|Does a medical professional's sexual orientation affect your view of them?|
I've seen male patients express discomfort with gay nurses without warrant. Would women be comfortable with lesbian doctor? Any more or less comfortable than a straight male doctor? I really don't know.
Based on experience I know gender is definitely a factor. Sometimes a huge factor.
|Considering when I go, my legs are spread, in stirrups and my breasts are exposed, that's the least of my worries! LOL!|
|Did the Federal Judge who ordered that the lesbian Air Force nurse reinstated guilty of Judicial Activism?|
I totally agree with the notion that Gays should serve openly in the military, heck they are out there fighting and giving their lives for us, why the heck in the world can't they serve openly, and congress should repeal don't ask don't tell.
However, I have a hard time believing that this wasn't Judicial Activism and the judge acted outside the confinements of his jurisdiction. The judge didn't have the right to be playing activist, it just blows my mind, why he'd do this.
What say y'all?
|This is a difficult question to answer concisely, as a good response really should discuss the judge's opinions on its legal and constitutional merits. I'm not sure that's practical or helpful in this context, but I will say that the concept of "judicial activism" as it has become used in the media in recent years really isn't a useful or accurate way of assessing judges' decisions.|
In theory, activism refers to judicial decisions prompted not by the law, but by judges' personal beliefs. In practice, it appears almost always as a veiled political charge against "liberal" judges who are deemed to have insufficient regard for traditional values or to take expansive views of various constitutional provisions. Increasingly, however, journalists and politicians have also accused conservative judges, particularly those on the Supreme Court, of being activists, claiming that decisions that overturn Congressional statutes are activist opinions prompted by the majority's conservative political philosophy. In the end, I just don't think it's a very helpful or well-defined label, though it certainly has strong resonance with the public.
As for this case, it's hard to say, though I don't think you have any basis for assessing whether this particular decision was an "activist" one. To be sure, I haven't read the opinion myself, but I'm quite sure from your question that you don't know what the "confinements of his jurisdiction" are, or whether he acted outside of them.
A bedrock principle of our constitutional system is the concept of judicial review, which is the responsibility of the judicial branch to review laws passed by Congress to determine whether they are constitutional. If this judge, in the context of a well-pleaded case, assessed the competing interests of the soldier in question against those of the government under the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment and found properly that Don't Ask, Don't Tell violated the Constitution in this case, he surely did not exceed his jurisdiction, but rather acted in keeping with his responsibilities. It may be, of course, that reviewing courts, including the Supreme Court, disagree with his findings, but that doesn't mean he was an activist in making them.
Here is where you are falling into the trap I described above. You seem to believe (not surprisingly) that this judge is an activist either because he ruled an act of Congress unconstitutional, because he ruled on a so-called "moral" issue that you deem best left to Congress and the people, or both. In fact, neither of these things is either unusual in the law or particularly controversial as a legal/constitutional measure. The "activist" epithet simply has become a powerful form of criticism for those judges who render unpopular opinions on controversial "values" issues.
|What is up with me? Am I a lesbian?|
I was looking through tattoo designs and one came up of a woman in a sexy nurse outfit humping a syringe. I am a 16 year old girl and this got me really horny. I have never been attracted to women, just men? Could this be a sign a am a lesbian?
|lol no. some girls just like seeing other girls naked or whatever and that makes them horny. you could possibly be bi-curious but i doubt it.|
|About Lesbian Health?|
Frequently Asked Questions About Lesbian Health
What Challenges Do Lesbian Women Face in the Health Care System?
Lesbians face unique challenges within the health care system that can cause poorer mental and physical health. Many doctors, nurses, and other health care providers have not had sufficient training to understand the specific health experiences of lesbians, or that women who are lesbians, like heterosexual women, can be healthy normal females. There can be barriers to optimal health for lesbians, such as:
Fear of negative reactions from their doctors if they disclose their sexual orientation.
Doctors' lack of understanding of lesbians' disease risks, and issues that may be important to lesbians.
Lack of health insurance because of no domestic partner benefits.
Low perceived risk of getting sexually transmitted diseases and some types of cancer.
For the above reasons, lesbians often avoid routine health exams and even delay seeking medical care when health problems occur.
is this true???
|I don't really know how to answer this..|
But first off, everyone should be comfortable with their sexuality. And they shouldn't have to tell their doctors.
But it's really bad, that in some places, doctors can refuse to treat a person, if they are against their religion, sexuality, or other.
I'm not a Lesbian, but I am Bi. And I can tell you, I'm not afraid of anything, and I wouldn't avoid anything.
My answer to this is... People stereotyping. They only think that Lesbians and Gays aviod that kind of stuff for those reasons.
|Can employers fire people based on their political beliefs?|
What if the anti-gun Brady Campaign found out one of their paid staffers was a gun-toting NRA member?
Or suppose that Hillary Clinton's campaign found out a staffer was a "big fan" of the conservative Newt Gingrich?
What if an abortion mill found out that one of their recently-hired nurses was a devout, pro-life Christian?
Or how about if the Gay And Lesbian Alliance learned that one of their paid staffers was a "breeder" ?
Or what if one of Al Gore's underlings bought a gas-guzzling SUV?
|Gore rides around in a gas guzzling SUV, Brady has armed security guards, pro life Christians don't work in murder mills (or at least I hope they don't - I would doubt their conscience could handle it) Gay and Lesbian Alliance would probably take that person on as a "project", Hillary is a political whore who would take all the help she could get, without question........|
In the end, its illegal to fire a person based on their political beliefs.
|I'm moving from Los Angeles to Jacksonville and am concerned about the lack of hip neighborhoods?|
I'm moving from Los Angeles to Jacksonville and am concerned about the lack of hip, progressive neighborhoods. Are there any areas that stand out as such? I'm looking for a decent-sized gay and lesbian community, fun coffee shops, funky restaurants that stay open late, etc. I want to live in a lively place...not a nursing home or a 'burg where religious conservatives suffocate the life away. Thanks very much!
|Skip Jacksonville and move to Euro Frisco?|