Dear Heather. A great great article. I am 100% with you and I’ve seen the fall out of the toxic chemical reactions in my patients who are flight attendants for AA. Keep speaking the truth to ‘power’ your readers are listening.
I for one can help as I am committed to serving health and not corporate medicine.
What I find very strange is that America (despite paying women 20% less than men — 2017 stats) and all this stuff in this article, still trumpets about women’s equality. Get real people!! And stop treating women as less valuable than men.
I don’t know one person that gives a fuck what the flight attendant is wearing. The only thing passengers care about is falling out of the fucking sky. Sorry your stuck with that kind of crazy.
Heather, keep writing and truth-telling! BTW I am severely allergic to polyester, and I don’t care if it’s the chemical that keeps it from wrinkling, or the chemical that keeps the dye from fading — allergic is allergic and I get red burn-looking rashes. I know you don’t need me to validate what you’re saying, but I believe that the petroleum &…
In response to Clint, at which point would the flight attendants be able to be informed of the exact nature of the incident?
They are responding to the situation with the training they have received, and acted appropriately.
People just like to complain.
It’s pathetic how little respect people give flight attendants, including the airlines who employ them. Maybe it’s the cute uniforms that encourage people to look down on them and think of them as servants. Most people have no idea that flight attendants have lots of safety and emergency training. I wonder if the flight attendants wore something like…