I cant even remember how I got to this article but im sorry the picture of Keira Knightley you used. She actually looks like a prepubescent transgender. No offense to the LGBTQ community. But she has a very long rib cage, like a man… A very wide “tree trunk” like neck, and a bulging adams apple.
The girl in the picture below her looks like a F to M adult who is just dressed “like a girl”.
I know plenty of women who are stocky or muscular, but it will never be like a mans, maybe a teenager or a small man, but on average no way. Woman store fat different then men. We have extra fat stored in our skin that helps to make us look and feel softer. Our upper body should not look like this omg.
Prescriptions written for topical steroids should include explicit instructions about where and how often to apply the preparation, and the body areas where use must be avoided. Pharmacists should ensure these directions are included on the dispensing label. Prescribers should bear in mind that patients may keep unused or leftover corticosteroid skin preparations for some time after they are prescribed and thus forget the original indication or instructions for use. The prescribing of unnecessarily large quantities should be avoided. Patients should be warned not to share their topical steroid preparation with other people as this may result in unsafe application to unsuitable areas such as the face, as well as the potentially inappropriate treatment of undiagnosed skin conditions.
*A designated drug offence includes trafficking, possession for the purpose of trafficking, importing, exporting, production, or conspiracy or attempt to commit, being an accessory after the fact in relation to, or any counselling in relation to, any of these offences. It does not include simple possession.
**A discharge is no longer available because the maximum jail penalty is now 14 yrs., up from seven. The change flows from the Harper government’s omnibus Safe Streets and Communities Act. The same day this change took effect, Washington and Colorado both voted in favour of removing criminal penalties for the possession and sale of recreational marijuana.