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Del Em - Menstrual extraction - In 1971, a member of a feminist reproductive health self-help group, Lorraine Rothman, modified equipment found in an underground abortion clinic that was developed for a new non-traumatic, manually-operated-suction abortion technique. Rothman took the thin, flexible plastic Karman cannula (about the size of a soda straw), and the syringe (50 or 60ml), and added a one-way bypass valve, to fix two main problems. The contraption could prevent air from being…
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Danea Horn - Turning straw into gold. There is a collective belief in our society that a magic fix exists for almost anything that ails you. All you need to do is find it. This belief plays out in the way people bounce between diets, self-help books and medications. If something doesn’t work, we jump to the next “quick fix,” and the next, and the next, always looking for a final solution. True healing comes from finding the compassion to unconditionally welcome ourselves exactly as we are.
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