J. Marion Sims, born James Marion Sims (January 25, 1813 – November 13, 1883) was a physician and a pioneer in the field of surgery, considered by some as the father of modern gynecology. His most significant work was to develop a surgical technique for the repair of vesicovaginal fistula, a severe complication of obstructed childbirth.  Due to his use of enslaved African-American women as experimental subjects, Sims is considered a controversial figure by modern historians and ethicists. He…

J. Marion Sims, born James Marion Sims (January 25, 1813 – November 13, 1883) was a physician and a pioneer in the field of surgery, considered by some as the father of modern gynecology. His most significant work was to develop a surgical technique for the repair of vesicovaginal fistula, a severe complication of obstructed childbirth. Due to his use of enslaved African-American women as experimental subjects, Sims is considered a controversial figure by modern historians and ethicists. He…

In the mid 1800s, J. Marion Sims, considered the father of gynecology, developed his surgical methods by performing experimental surgeries on African slaves who had not been anesthetized. It was only after the success of the early experiments on the slaves that Sims attempted the procedure on Caucasian women with fistulas, this time with anesthesia.

In the mid 1800s, J. Marion Sims, considered the father of gynecology, developed his surgical methods by performing experimental surgeries on African slaves who had not been anesthetized. It was only after the success of the early experiments on the slaves that Sims attempted the procedure on Caucasian women with fistulas, this time with anesthesia.

US Slave: Dr. J. Marion Sims Medical Experiments on Enslaved Women  Unfortunately, way too much medical advancement has been forged on the backs of non-consenting black bodies. It hard to imagine the pain of gynecological surgery without pain medication or antibiotics. Dr. Sims gets statues, while the enslaved victims of his surgeries were most likely thrown into unmarked graves. men and Children

US Slave: Dr. J. Marion Sims Medical Experiments on Enslaved Women Unfortunately, way too much medical advancement has been forged on the backs of non-consenting black bodies. It hard to imagine the pain of gynecological surgery without pain medication or antibiotics. Dr. Sims gets statues, while the enslaved victims of his surgeries were most likely thrown into unmarked graves. men and Children

#BlackHerstory: 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.”

#BlackHerstory: 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.”

Dr J Marion Sims  The Father of Modern Gynocology

Dr J Marion Sims The Father of Modern Gynocology

US Slave: Dr. J. Marion Sims Medical Experiments on Enslaved Women and Children

US Slave: Dr. J. Marion Sims Medical Experiments on Enslaved Women and Children

Gynecology Invented Through The Torture of Black Women 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 …

Gynecology Invented Through The Torture of Black Women 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 …

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Marion Sims Wyeth (Born: 1889, New York City, New York, United States - Died: 1982, West Palm Beach, Florida, United States

Marion Sims Wyeth (Born: 1889, New York City, New York, United States - Died: 1982, West Palm Beach, Florida, United States

J. Marion Sims is called “the Father of Gynecology” due to his experiments on enslaved women in Alabama who were often submitted as guinea pigs by their plantation owners who could not use them for sexual pleasure. In Montgomery, Alabama, Sims experimented on three Alabamian women who were held captive as slaves – Anarcha, Betsy, and Lucy – From 1845 to 1849 he experimented on them, operating on Anarcha 30 times

J. Marion Sims is called “the Father of Gynecology” due to his experiments on enslaved women in Alabama who were often submitted as guinea pigs by their plantation owners who could not use them for sexual pleasure. In Montgomery, Alabama, Sims experimented on three Alabamian women who were held captive as slaves – Anarcha, Betsy, and Lucy – From 1845 to 1849 he experimented on them, operating on Anarcha 30 times

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.

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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.

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