• Emily Loe

Bouncing Back

An exploration using bounce balls. Bounce balls are unpredictable and confusing. Much like pelvic pain.

Moving to the podcast:

Why is so little known about women’s bodies? - Gabrielle Jackson

Gabrielle Jackson is the author of Pain and Prejudice - Book


I feel quite lucky in the sense that having a physical career gives me an excuse as to why I have pain. Even if the pain is not [inherently/in direct relation] because of what I do everyday. I can 'blame' it on the new skill I learnt and that'll justify to my brain (and others) why I hurt.

Now reading what I just wrote.. maybe that's not so good.


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