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Reproductive health-care providers are still considering how to use gender-neutral language when discussing procedures usually associated with cis women, such as abortions. Sometimes health-care providers use the term “people with uteruses,” for example, to discuss what Brown’s doctor labeled “lady’s health.”

Transgender and gender non-conforming patients often deal with deadnaming and incorrect use of pronouns, as Lydia experienced. Doctors also minimize the importance of hormones for trans patients by flippantly asking trans patients to come off of them for any major medical issue.

Judgment of the kink community

Doctors should ask different questions or frame sexual health issues differently for people who enjoy kinkier sex as well. For example, Palmisano said the use of condoms should be framed as a way to prolong an erection and can even be described as sex toys. The act of teasing a partner by having non-penetrative sex is another way to portray safe sex as kinky, she explained. Furthermore, people who practice BDSM can use protection as a way to dominate the submissive partner by rejecting their bodily fluids.

In addition to framing conversations about safe sex differently, doctors could trust patients when they tell them that a bruise is just part of their sex life. Patients who enjoy BDSM say they are hesitant to tell their doctors that a bruise is part of the kink, partly out of concern for how they will be judged, and partly because doctors may assume they are being abused. A 2016 study found that fewer than half of kink-oriented people were out to their health-care provider, citing the anticipated stigma as the most common reason.

Anna M. Randal, executive director of The Alternative Sexualities Health Research Alliance, The Huffington Post Canada there are good reasons to let a doctor know why you have certain injuries because if left untreated, some of them could lead to complications.

“Big bruises can develop into hematomas, for example,” she told the Post. “There are rare injuries from rough sex that may lead to serious complications, such as torn vaginal tissue or scrotum injuries, and because more risky sexual BDSM behaviours may include controlling the breathing of a partner, those with asthma face real risks if they’re not treated for attacks immediately.”

Sex workers’ barriers to accessing healthcare

Health-care settings can also be hostile places for sex workers, who have myriad concerns when they meet with a health-care provider. Sex workers are aware that they will be met with judgment and assumptions about why they are sex workers, who they have sex with, and what they know about safe sex. They also have reason to be worried that they could be reported to law enforcement. U.S. federal policy identifies health-care settings as a place to identify and assist trafficking victims, and sex workers may worry that they will be considered victims, no matter what they tell their health-care provider. Doctors should never make paternalistic assumptions that sex workers must want to leave the industry and be aware of their own prejudices, Palmisano stressed in her seminar on safe sex and pleasure.

“I was personally there when he was taken away. I tried to ask what was the problem and I was rebuffed with their guns. I was threatened to be shot if I come any closer. Everybody was scared,” Angese recalled.

The allegations against him

Two days after his arrest, the SSS on 23 July 2016 released a statement alleging Jones is a militant named General Akotebe Darikoro, operating under the nom-de-guerre 'General Kill and Bury', the leader of the Joint Niger Delta Liberation Force, “which has been furthering separatist tendencies in connivance with other criminal gangs in the Niger Delta region”.

The SSS said Jones “confessed and owned up” to vandalising and bombing oil pipelines belonging to international oil companies Agip and Shell in early July 2016, sending threat messages to management of both oil companies demanding a total of N750m payment, threatening to launch missile attacks against the Presidential Villa and selected targets in Abuja, and masterminding the rumour in 2016 that the military was planning a coup against President Muhammadu Buhari.

Weekly Source, a local tabloid which operated by mostly sourcing and publishing critical stories of the government culled from online and national newspapers, had in its last edition dated 10 July 2016 published as its lead a story originally published by the online pointblanknews . com titled 'Rumble In The Military: Inside The Coup Plot Story... Militants' Warning Alters Plot'. The story elaborated an alleged conspiracy that top military officers working with politicians had approached the JNDLF militant group to intensify bombing pipelines as a justification to overthrow President Buhari. The military denied the allegations.

Weekly Source in the same edition published another story sourced from pointblanknews . com on how President Buhari's loyalists, including the director general of the SSS, were blocking investigations into an oil and gas company implicated by the anti-graft Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in syphoning billions of dollars in fraudulent oil deals. The story claimed that the company donated heavily towards President Buhari's 2015 presidential campaign through the loyalists.

Jackson Ude, the publisher of pointblanknews . com based in the U.S., in an interview in 2016, said he had received threats, from proxies of the SSS, asking him to pull down stories from his website which local based journalists like Jones were re-publishing in their newspapers and tabloids. He said he had been warned of possible arrest whenever he came to Nigeria.

Jones' family heads to court Jones Abiri's sister

Jones' family heads to court

In August 2016, Jones family filed a fundamental rights enforcement lawsuit against the SSS asking the Bayelsa State High Court to declare Jones arrest and continued detention without trial unconstitutional, unlawful, illegal, null and void, and order the SSS to release Jones on bail, and direct the SSS to open Weekly Source newspaper's office.

I found the clue for 29A, "Micronesian nation composed of hundreds of islands," to be both bordering on redundancy (Micronesia means "small islands") and empty. Of the five independent nations in MIcronesia, only one, Nauru, is NOT "composed of hundred of islands."

Happy Solstice everyone!Each year on this day I watch the sun rise and setto celebrate and anticipate the days becoming longer.Light the Yule log and dream of spring.

Tax BREAK? Hahahaha, Holy cow, delusional much? Keep paying T.Rump and his ilk, dick. Don't cry to me when you're broke.

Amelia makes Lena Dunham look smart. She sure can toss around those labels.

What a crappy write up Morgan. You had to turn it political? Whatevs......

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I would love to respond but won't to anyone who is anonymous. Give me a name, big boy, and we'll talk.

80% of Americans will have their taxes lowered. The losers will be middle class people high tax states like New York. Sadly, that includes me and many others who read this blog no doubt.

Hey All !I might get lambasted for this, but, I believe todays and yesterdays puzzles should have been switched. *Ducks flying SLINGSHOT rocks*Decent puz, that East Center was rather tough. ___ bar was sushi, then salad, ELLIE a WOE, EUROS was rUpee first. ETTA a WOE clue. And FORsale also mucking things up. But, rest of puz seemed to flow pretty smoothly. Liked the GOALPOSTS (which was the first image that popped into my ole brain.) At least there wasn't 51 blocks. :-)MII? Ouch. MRT! I pity the fool! :-)AW GEE FIFIRooMonsterDarrinV

I got a name, Amelia. Anonymous is kinda right. "white male racists" seems random and prejudicial. Also sexist, and racist in its own right....

Will America ever heal from the divide created by the Obama administration? See what Ben Rhodes and Dan Pfeiffer tweeted out last night? What a great legacy.

Forgot to ask: Did anyone else have RANK before RIPE at 50D? I'm thinking that "a little too long" = RIPE. " too long", as in the clue, = RANK.@Amelia (10:05) -- I wouldn't say that I spend a lot of time on the Internet, but I certainly spend more than I once thought I would. And I've never once seen either ADORBS or WHATEVS. I'm thinking that you have to be on one of the social media websites -- esp. Facebook and all those photo-sharing sites with cat videos -- to ever see those "words" at all.@mathgent (10:03)-- You won't find WS to complain to, and neither will anyone else. There's no email listed, and although his phone number at the NYT is provided both online and when you call the NYT, calling that extension leads to the message: "You have reached a nonworking number at the NYT." And I had come the other day to praise him, not to INURN him, although I was also planning to let him know about a misprint in the Special Puzzle Section. Which is wonderful, btw.

“Help us investigate” says to the public: you have part of the puzzle, we have part. If we put our parts together we may get somewhere . ( David Fahrenthold and I discussed this method at length in our podcast conversation .)

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7. What it costs to do this work.

An outstanding example is This Is What’s Missing From Journalism Right Now by Monika Bauerlein and Clara Jeffrey of Mother Jones, who explained the frightening economics of an outstanding work of immersion journalism (“ My four months as a private prison guard .”)

Shane’s prison project took more than 18 months. That included four months in the prison and more than a year of additional reporting, fact-checking, video production, and legal review, including work by more than a dozen other people on the MoJo staff. And that was the only way we could have gotten that story: By definition, incarceration is invisible to most people, and that’s doubly true for private prisons. Recordkeeping is spotty, public disclosure is limited, visits are difficult. The only people who can describe what really goes on inside are prisoners, guards, and officials, all of whom have a strong interest in spinning the story. To get at the truth, we had to take time, and go deep.

And we had to take considerable financial risk. Conservatively, counting just the biggest chunks of staff time that went into it, the prison story cost roughly $350,000. The banner ads that appeared on the article brought in $5,000, give or take. Had we been really in your face with ads, we could have doubled or tripled that figure—but it would have been a pain for you, and still only a drop in the bucket for us.

The stark difference between costs of $350,000 and ad revenue of $5,000 made the point for Mother Jones. “If you want us to play the long game, the most powerful thing you can do is to do the same. In other words, become a sustaining donor with a tax-deductible gift that renews every month.”

Transparency about costs is not normal yet, but I believe it is coming. So is, “here’s who funds us.”

8. What did we miss? This is a question you often see when journalists are making “best of” lists. (Examples and .) But I think it should become common practice in publishing complex stories. “What did we miss?” promotes transparency because it says no report is complete. It invites correction without rancor.

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