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“I believe in science, but for science to be unbiased, it needs to be explicitly feminist, explicitly intersectional, and explicitly committed to questioning the social status quo as the very first step in formulating research questions. Recognizing survivors of intimate partner violence as a critical population for traumatic brain injury research would be a good start. To do otherwise would not only perpetuate oppression and patriarchy; it would produce bad, irrelevant, and, most of all, incomplete science.”
Then you are biased and unscientific AF, you mindless mudshark.
I don’t think you understand what either “biased” or “unscientific” means.
What kind of man uses vicious language toward a female survivor of male violence? Are you someone who likes hurting and upsetting women? Maybe do some research into all the studies that show medical research and treatment are biased against women and people of colour before dropping your mantrum in the comments. You could start with the book Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men.
The Concussion Legacy Foundation brain donation program might help you expand and encourage progression into partner violence brain injury study.