22 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Clampers Outside!

    Proof positive that just because someone is educated to the level of Doctorate does not necessarily mean they are in any way an intelligent human being on issues other than their specialist field.

    What a tool.

  2. Starina

    Are you ACTUALLY serious.

    She should go onto Vincent Browne and answer questions about how much sexual harassment/assault she’s tolerated. Is this the 1960s?!

  3. Bobby

    I really didn’t read it as her advocating giving in the sexual harassment, just that in Australia the system punishes those who speak out about it.

    1. Irlandesa

      Did you even read it?

      ‘And, realistically, she would have been much better to have given him a blow job on that night,” Dr McMullin said.
      “What I tell my trainees is that, if you are approached for sex, probably the safest thing to do in terms of your career is to comply with the request; the worst thing you can possibly do is to complain to the supervising body’

      1. Bobby

        Yes I read it. And it comes across as her taking the piss because of the insanity of the situation.

        1. Medium Sized C

          I think you are right.

          People just take everything way to literally.
          What you have here is people essentially grabbing the banhammer and going on a shame crusade because they are either to arrogant or naive to accept something uncomfortable being pointed out by someone who actually knows what they are talking about.

          Like the this comment section. “She’s a tool!” “She’s trying to sell books!”
          but less “She is a female surgeon who knows other female surgeons!”.

          The sexual abuse support groups who are condemning her would want to take a long hard look at themselves.

    1. Drogg

      This has given me a new business idea. I am going to market tasers to female trainee doctors “don’t complain about his sexual advances , use your Drogg brand taser to shock him in the balls and use your superior medical skills to keep him alive when you do so”

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