people who base their morality on laws and dictionary definitions are incredibly dangerous and should be avoided at all costs
Quick HRT-related word problem: If Lucy started her prescription of injection estradiol Saturday, May 11, at a dose of 1 mL/week, how long should a 5mL vial of estradiol last her? Consider that each 1mL injection involves a loss of more than 1mL of estradiol from the vial.
Follow-up HRT-related word problem: If the doctor’s office refuses to reissue her 5mL vial of 1mL/week prescription until they’ve checked Lucy’s hormone levels, when should they schedule an appointment to check those levels, such that Lucy’s HRT regimen remains uninterrupted? Remember that Lucy started her prescription on May 11, and that it takes about a week for lab results to come back.
Further HRT-related word problem: It is now Saturday, June 8th, and Lucy’s doctor’s appointment to get her hormone levels checked is not until next week. She does not have enough estradiol in her vial for a complete 1mL injection. She still has oral meds from a previous prescription of 2mg estradiol 3*daily. In order to maintain her hormone levels as consistently as possible, and take advantage of the more effective injection estradiol, how should Lucy proceed?
Extra credit HRT-related word problem: When Lucy rang up the doctor’s office to inquire about a possible re-issue of her injection prescription yesterday, she discovered that not only would they refuse to re-issue her prescription, the doctor’s office said they’d originally issued a prescription for a 10mL vial of estradiol, not the 5mL vial. Lucy no longer has the original prescription order to confirm this. If the very friendly pharmacist filled Lucy’s prescription as a 5mL vial instead of the 10mL vial, and has had no previous problem with filling any of her other HRT prescriptions, who should Lucy be angry with?
Possibly helpful: When I’ve had prescriptions filled (in Ontario), the pharmacist has always kept the original prescription for their records. If your pharmacist has done the same, they should be able to pull it up and either see their mistake and issue you the remaining 5mL, or else provide you with a copy showing only 5mL to show your doctor/have the pharmacist call your doctor. Good luck!
I love how this makes more sense than doing 15 minutes of argumentative Trans 101 with an adult.
I will always reblog.
I really wish this character had been treated better/in almost any way other than how they decided to go about it. ‘Cause it was really bad, you guys.
Where is this from??
This is from the 3rd (most recent) season of Shameless (US). While this scene is pretty awesome, the show goes on to do some considerably less awesome things with the character.
I’m not a misandrist but if a man plays video games then he should just expect to get messages asking him to show pics of his dick. Everyone knows video games are for women.
Show us your junk or fucking get back outside and finish mowing the lawn, who even let you in the house
THE GRILL’S NOT GONNA LIGHT ITSELF
I love everything about this.
Sounds like someone has a case of “nice guy” syndrome :P
misogynists masquerading as “nice guys”
nope and nope
Sooooo… is the message the Nice Guy™ photoshop wizard is trying to convey that “Good Guys” are an alien species that feels entitled to invade the women’s space for its own edification, while the “Asshole” is a companion species that offers a mutually beneficial relationship?
They may have accidentally had a moment of self-awareness.
Pretty sure the “good guy” also eats those fish, hence why they’re avoiding him. The “asshole” doesn’t eat those fish and is pretty gentle to them, hence why they feel safe enough to hold onto them. What a nice asshole.
I expected this post to be so bad
And it was so good
Accidental irony is so, so delicious.