If you are man, perhaps you should not use AED on woman
For a few of past months, the Japanese twitter users were arguing that should men use AED on woman. I used to think I would do it of course, however, I’m not confident to say that anymore. Let me tell you why.
Over several years, ツイフェミ twi-femi*, Japanese twitter users impressed by feminism, often complaining about using anime characters in public spaces, hating MtF, crying out that all men are sexist and they are not allow to talk to or touch women no matter what happens, which is crime(If you want to see their act, read this https://togetter.com/t/%E3%83%84%E3%82%A4%E3%83%95%E3%82%A7%E3%83%9F). Many men users are really tired their action. Of course, I don’t think all women think like that and have never encountered this kind of women, but once twifemi tweet how bad men are, they would get many RTs and Likes. I’ve come to think not all women are like that, but many women are like that. I can’t decide which side is woman in front of me on if they are for the first time.
This graph was spread saying total 86% of women feel uncomfortable if they happen to be in accident and their cloth are removed to apply electrode pads by man. Imagine, you happen to see a woman in dangerous that she need to be used AED. Would you help her? Imagine again if she is a kind of woman like twifemi who hates men. Investigate thoroughly, it is possible to sue someone for feeling annoyed. Once woman lie to the police that she had been sexual assault, you would be under arrested and your life would be ruined.
Check this tweet out. Interesting. If so, men not wanting to use AED on woman doesn’t mean hate or discriminate her. Because you are just have the fear of woman in front of you may be a twifemi and you would be under arrested, which means you just protect yourself.
I say again. I’m not saying all women must die. I don’t hate women(there is no reason for it). But some women would sue you or tell the police with evil intent if you just help her. If you encountered woman in dangerous, think again and decide what you will do.
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kyushubillOct. 23, 2014 09:42 pm JSTI have a friend who is a doctor here in Nagoya. There was a man at Chikusa Station having a heart attack. My friend gave him CPR. In the process, as can happen, he cracked a few ribs. Giving the man CPR saved his life, but the man later tried to sue my friend for giving him CPR. It took my friend over two years to fight off the lawsuit. Even though he is a doctor, he now says he would just keep walking now.What Japan needs is what every other civilized country has — good Samaritan laws to keep folks like this man and my friend from being in trouble for rendering life saving aid. Otherwise people are just going to keep going on their way and “kankeinai” people needing help.
This accident happend in China in 2006.
That is why some Chinese people don’t want to help other people and just look on in China because this type of cases also happen in China.