Ivy wrote:Does BM have insurance to cover that kind of emergency/casualty?
I assume all attendees, including parents bringing children, have read the backs of their tickets and the backs of their children/dependant minors tickets.
And to anyone who expresses for a concern for a teenage grl in BRC - you think gross men are somehow unique to BRC? At least you can see some of the naked guys coming, there. And they generally ask before groping.
technopatra wrote: You think a 16 yr old doesn't already have some of this experience under her belt? Think again.
The ratio of predator to child is greatly, greatly decreased in BRC, and there is a much-heightened sense of looking out for each other. I feel safer here than I ever felt, anywere, when I was a teenager.
If you've worked in an ER for 7 years, then you probably know that Emergency Medical Technition minumum training standards across the country are set by the Federal Department of Transportation and include appropriate techniques for child and infant health emergencies. Starting this year, the minimum requirement to work as an Medic for the Emergency Services Department will be a current EMT-B (for Basic) Certificate with 1 year's experience of working 911. You need not worry on that account.'stine wrote:Do the EMTs have the appropriately sized equipment/training/resources to handle baby/child medical emergencies?
Take them to Disneyland instead.
why is it that we so rarely bandy about statistics on how many men are sexual predators?
stuart wrote: people have been raped there.
2003 Afterburn Report, CIT section wrote:The major incidents fell into the following categories: five psychiatric clients, five domestic-violence related client situations, two sexual-assault related client situations, and about a dozen other calls for service or follow-up.
Either way, Burning Man need not be the only excuse to train our girls in self-defense and how to watch out for each other. I think it ought to taught be in every high school gym course. And the more self-confidence a girl has, the more likely she will say no when someone puts a move on her that she's not ok with.
unjonharley wrote:Sliver2, You seem to be over acting. All gal needs to do at BM is go for the eyes and start screaming. Our camps are so close togeather you can't snezz with out having some ones attention. I'm sure that will take care of it.
How to walk??lol Most are running around half or all naked. They are having fun.
Listen up girls. If your in trouble start making as much noise as possible.
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