A WOMAN who works as a medical student on a labour ward has credited the job for helping her realise that all men fit into one of two categories.
Faye Bate took to TikTok to reveal how the role made her see a “pattern” emerging in the types of men she was seeing come through the ward.
Faye Bate’s work as a student on the labour ward has made her come to the conclusion that all men fit into one of two categoriesCredit: TikTok/@fayebate/
Now Faye fits people into the categories when she starts dating them, to work out if the relationship has any potentialCredit: TikTok/@fayebate/
“I want to tell you how my experience as a medical student on the labour ward has completely changed my perspective on dating and relationships,” she said.
“Very quickly into my posting I realised that you could split every single dad into two categories.”
The first category is “the men who basically could not do enough for these women”.
“They will bring them snacks, stay in contact with friends and family, rubbing the woman’s back,” she said.
“And sometimes when they rub the woman’s back, the woman might tell them to p**s off, but do you know what?
“She’s pushing a watermelon out of her vajayjay, so who am I to judge.”
And the second category is the “men who had absolutely no concept of what this woman was going through”.
“Beyond that, it was almost as if they gave off an air of entitlement – it was almost as if it was ‘her duty’,” she mused.
After noticing the pattern, Faye started to ” fit boys that I’d been with into these two different categories”.
“And again, it was fairly easy to place them in these categories,” she added.
Now, when she starts dating someone, she can’t help but think of which category they would fit into.
“I think that is incredibly useful information to help you decide whether you want to continue seeing someone,” she concluded.
People in the comments section quickly praised Faye for sharing her theory, with one writing: “I’d love to know what kind of things puts men into these categories at an early stage, this would be super helpful for dating.”
“So accurate!” another added.
“As a student midwife I’ve seen so many of categories 2, we had a dad ask if he can go home whilst his wife was bleeding out.”
And someone else commented: “I feel like a good way to know early on is how they treat you when you’re in pain during your period.
“He dotes on you? Cat 1. He belittles you? Cat 2.”
“THIS!” Faye replied.
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