J. Marion Sims was a gynecologist in the 1800s who purchased Black women slaves and used them as guinea pigs for his untested surgical experiments.  He repeatedly performed genital surgery on Black women WITHOUT ANESTHESIA because according to him, "Black women don't feel pain.” Despite his inhumane tests on Black women, Sims was named “the father of modern gynecology”, and his statue currently stands right outside of the New York Academy of Medicine. #FightSupremacy

Marion Sims was a gynecologist in the who used African Women Slaves as Guinea PIGS for his untested surgical experiments.He repeatedly performed genital surgery on African women without.

J. Marion Sims- The villainous father Of Gynecology, who experimented on enslaved women without anesthetic even though it was available. The firest of these was called Lucy she endured excruciating pain while  positioned on her hands and knees. She must have  felt extreme humiliation as twelve doctors observed  the operation source -http://jme.bmj.com/content/19/1/28.full.pdf

Marion Sims, born James Marion Sims (January 1813 – November was a physician and a pioneer in the field of surgery, conside.

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Marion Sims father of gynecology conducted experimental surgery without anesthesia on black women who he believed didn't feel pain

Statue Of J. Marion Sims To Move From Central Park - Central Park, NY - The monument to the doctor -- who operated on enslaved black women without anesthesia -- will be relocated to Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn.

Statue Of J. Marion Sims To Move From Central Park - Central Park, NY - The monument to the doctor -- who operated on enslaved black women without anesthesia -- will be relocated to Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn.

Portrait of J. Marion Sims. (Credit: The New York Public Library)

Portrait of J. Marion Sims. (Credit: The New York Public Library)

Another example of historical figures getting away with fucked up shit performed on Black people.

This is disturbing on so many levels this is horrid the. Can someone destroy this statue and say i hired you to

J. Marion Sims - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Experimentos cruéis da História: Marion Sims e as cirurgias com escravas

Irene Joan Marion Sims (1930-2001), known professionally as Joan Sims, was a superb English actress, best remembered for her roles in the 'Carry On' films.

Irene Joan Marion Sims known professionally as Joan Sims, was a superb English actress, best remembered for her roles in the 'Carry On' films.

In the 19th century, the father of modern gynecology, J. Marion Sims, conducted his research experiments on enslaved Black women. Sims performed the invasive and torturous procedures without anesthesia. J. Marion Sims’ justification for choosing not to anesthetize his test subjects was that he did not believe Black women felt pain at all. In an 1857 lecture, he stated that it was “not painful enough to justify the trouble.”

jessehimself: “ Gynecology Invented Through The Torture of Black Women In the century, the father of modern gynecology, J. Marion Sims, conducted his research experiments on enslaved Black women.

The So-Called “Father of Modern Gynecology” Actually Tortured Slaves, Killed Babies, Says Professor

The So-Called “Father of Modern Gynecology” Actually Tortured Slaves, Killed Babies - Jomo W. is an Associate Professor of Science Education at the Indiana University School of Education in Indianapolis.

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J. Marion Sims is remembered as the father of modern gynecology. Forgotten are the mothers—the enslaved women whose bodies were sacrificed for the advancement of his research.

Remembering Anarcha, Lucy, and Betsey: The Mothers of Modern Gynecology

J. Marion Sims is remembered as the father of modern gynecology. Forgotten are the mothers—the enslaved women whose bodies were sacrificed for the advancement of his research.

A new statue of J. Marion Sims asks us to remember him not as the "Father of Modern Gynecology" but as part of a far more complicated legacy.

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A new statue of J. Marion Sims asks us to remember him not as the "Father of Modern Gynecology" but as part of a far more complicated legacy.

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