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Men only had to appear competent; if they were liked, their ratings went sky-high. Women professors felt good when a class went well, depressed when it did not. Male professors felt good when they learned something new. These same results have held true for trial attorneys. They probably hold true for all the professions requiring social interaction where there is a power/knowledge imbalance—like doctors over patients. Word spread that the Sociology of Women class was the place to be. Students added the course.
You’ll be okay. It’s the Vicodin. ” “That’s right. That’s the word—ha-lu-ci-na-tions. ” Vena’s West African lilting voice. ” “Yes. ” “I was having supper,” Vena says. ” I am in a rage. I want to punch her. ” Malingerer! Vena looks down, starts to speak and doesn’t. “Help me to the commode,” I order. 42 Laurel Richardson “Time for you meds,” Nurse Kiendra says. I didn’t see her come in. I think she is really here. “Why didn’t you answer my call light? ” “I’m not taking the Vicodin,” I say, belligerently.
Her pretty face looks haggard. ” I try to decide whether I can tell Effie Lou about my hallucinogenic experiences yesterday. For all I know, she may be required by law or professional ethics to report me to someone who will report me to someone who will put me in a psych ward for observation. ” “My husban’ Tony got a script for Vicodin for his back,” she says. ” “Thanks for pushing my chair,” I say to Effie Lou as she wheels me down the hall. “Ah need the ex-zer-cise,” she says, her Kentucky accent in full force.