I Was Bleeding to Death on the Bathroom Floor — While the Medics Insisted I Couldn’t Afford the Ambulance Ride
I was having a medical emergency but racism, classism and sexism got in the way of my care
As an adoptee, I was denied the right to my medical history. Finally having access to it makes me feel connected to others and my new family.
Endometriosis had made my own life difficult since age 15, but now it was threatening my future family.
13 Mar 2020Real Women, Real Stories