Why am I wasting all of my data on FUCKING PIDGEYS???
We’re all this woman:
And this woman:
I TRUSTED YOU, EGG:
If you’ve ever felt defensive or hurt when your non-white friends have talked about racism, this flowchart’s for you.
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Mira Jacob is the author of the critically acclaimed novel, The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing, which was shortlisted for India’s Tata First Literature Award, honored by the Asian Pacific American Library Association, and named one of the best books of 2014 by Kirkus Reviews, the Boston Globe, Goodreads, Bustle, and The Millions. Her recent work has appeared in the New York Times Book Review, Vogue, Guernica, and The Scofield. She is currently drawing her graphic memoir, “GOOD TALK: Conversations I’m Still Confused About” (forthcoming from Dial Press).
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We really have seen it all. Quite literally.
Obviously we do give emotional support, but we have degrees and are medically skilled. We put in IV drips, top up epidurals, give insulin infusions, take blood, and stitch up skin in the most intimate places you could possibly imagine.
Being the first person to touch and hold a new life is breathtaking. No matter how long, messy, stressful, or tiring our day is, delivering babies never loses its wow factor. Contributing to a child's journey into the world is a truly magical feeling.
Witnessing someone transform into a parent is truly momentous. You see their body language completely change and soften. And in an instant, the scene changes from one of drama to one of utter peace and joy. It's fantastic.
That is, the look of wonder on a woman's face when she sees her baby for the first time. It's what makes absolutely everything worthwhile, and it's why our jobs don't put us off having babies of our own. We know the sheer joy and immediate love women feel when they first hold their baby, and we want to experience that.
“Hi, my name is Shame.”
WHAT DID THEY TALK ABOUT?!?!?!
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“I am Marina. You are the Diamonds.”