It's not what you think

By Soph - 25/03/2013 21:53 - United Kingdom - Birmingham

Today, during a sex ed lesson, we were given a lecture on pregnancy and abortion from the school nurse. Throughout the session she kept repeating, "Of course, Sophie knows ALL about this." The nurse happens to know that my dad's a gynaecologist. That's not what everyone else in the year thinks. FML
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Why would you be a vag expert just because your dad is?

Maybe you could've pointed that out during the lecture? still fyl though...


Why would you be a vag expert just because your dad is?

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#12 doesn't know where babies come from.

I don't think 1 is the one who misreads things...

12- the other students think that. The nurse is assuming that op is an expert just because her father is a gynecologist. 1's comment makes sense.

It might be because the dad might come home and talk about is job. At least, that's what my dad does as an anesthesiologist..

1, if only the nurse had mentioned what OP's dad's profession was, then it wouldn't be so awkward for her. I'm hoping the nurse was older because she (most likely, not all) would piece together that if she called out a student in the class, she would need to explain why the student knows so much. Good luck, Soph!

the nurse could have made this so much less awkward. a simple 'sophie would know all about this, what with her dad being a gynaecologist'. anything to make it clear she hadn't actually gotten pregnant

Or the nurse didn't have to say Sophie's name at all and just go along with her presentation

Haha Thats when you stand up and go sure do and not give to sh*ts what people think :)

Damn that is sad, try slowly spreading that the falsified rumour isn't real? Like if someone confronts you, you could tell them that's not it.

Let me try "my dad is a doctor who looks at vaginas, I'm not a *****" I think kids will still pick on her :(

That's still pretty unprofessional of her shouldn't she get a write up or some kind of punishment for that?

zombieslayer83 19

Maybe you could've pointed that out during the lecture? still fyl though...

Still, it's pretty inappropriate that the teacher would single a student out in class like that. Especially with a topic like sex-ed, where some students might be embarrassed to speak up.

Kallian_fml 21

Don't worry OP, I believe you. ;)

If if bothers you talk to the teacher about it, she should understand. Or if you don't want to talk to her, you can raise your hand and comment on something, and slide what your dad does for a living in it somehow so everyone knows.

you should've said out loud that that's because your dad is a gynaecologist. if you don't give people the information, you shouldn't expect them to automatically assume the right thing.

lorraineald 7

"During pregnancy the woman needs to make regular visits to her Ob/gyn. I know this because my dad is a, you know, ****** doctor."

#39, I'm just going to be blunt here: your comment is stupid.

Your school nurse is irresponsible.

That's when I'd bust out, telling everyone about my dad's profession & then look at the nurse & say, "by the way, dad wants to know how that ointment is working for you for your "not so fresh feeling."" Lol. (p.s. That's a Family Guy reference. I find I'm being to clarify my references to avoid looking like a sick f***) lol

The nurse didn't mean to offend her by the looks of it. She clearly meant that the student probably knows all about without stating the fact that her dad was a gynaecologist. Saying that is just plain rude and would probably get you in trouble.

Lol. I would never do that & everything I post here, I would never do. I'm not braindead & I do have scruples. I'm well aware of that. to me, this is a forum in which to give advice to make people laugh. done & done. No comment by me on this site should ever be taken seriously unless I preface it with...."in all seriousness..."

Didn't know that before you edited saying it was a Family Guy reference.

No harm done. You weren't the first, nor will you be the last misunderstanding I have on this site. Lol. That's why I've started clarifying.