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Grayland’s Women’s Mental Health Day Moulin Rouge GYN display

                                                                                                                                  

 

 

                      

Gynaecological Awareness Day quilts from WA Quilters

Look at these amazing pieces of art created by WA Quilters for the Moulin Rouge Gynaecological Awareness Day which some were donated to King Edward Memorial Hospital and  to GAIN Inc.

          

King Edward Memorial Hospital International Gynaecological Awareness Day

International Gynaecological Awareness Day 2017 event at King Edward Memorial Hospital:

A wonderful display at King Edward Memorial Hospital for women in Western Australia where I was invited to be one of the judges. Just imagine how it would feel for the women undergoing GYN health surgery to see the fun displays to help them heal better.

Great to see GAIN Inc. and Perth Sisterhood Support group collaborating with a display in foyer of the Hospital.

I had the privilege of donating quilts and wall hangings kindly created by WA Quilters Assoc.

I also, want to highly commend the artist from the Genetics department who created this magnificent poster.

 

King Edward Memorial Day King Edward Memorial Hospital                  King Edward Memorial Hospital

Sisters on Steel Motor Cycle Women’s Group International Gynae Awareness Day event

It would be great if you could join in the fun and meet up after the rally at Ravenswood Hotel Saturday 9 September to help support the Gynaecological Awareness Day.

 

Kath presents at Methodist Ladies College

It was with great excitement and a little bit of trepidation, that I approached the opportunity to present to 100 15 year old girls on the subject of Sexual Health.

Even though I am a Life Member of the WA Sexology Association, presenting to 15 year old girls is a completely different concept.

To my surprise and delight, I got great feedback and the girl’s expressed an interest in knowing more about my life experience. Sadly, time did not prevail.

I was green with envy to know that these 15 year old girls were given the opportunity to have this up front knowledge about the emotional and physical effects and how empowered they must be to go out into the wide world.

If only we could be more open in society for all women to be forewarned about risks and symptoms and life changing issues that may develop in their future life.