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Go Crimson For Females ™ offers: ‘Just a Tiny Heart Attack’

Go Crimson For Females ™ offers: ‘Just a Tiny Heart Attack’

Starring and directed by Emmy-nominated actress Elizabeth Financial institutions.

“A very little film about a super mother who will take care of anyone besides herself” — Elizabeth Financial institutions

Elizabeth Financial institutions shared her tale about heart ailment, will you? Raise your voice and share your tale: https://www.goredforwomen.org/dwelling/share-your-tale/

  • Kris Zediker
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    This looks an awful lot like a Stepford wife having a malfunction. "would you like another cup of coffee? would you like another cup of coffee?"

  • Bageera Sixtythree
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    Much truth is said in jest. As a retired paramedic, I knew what to look for in others. I never thought I'd be in the same boat at 49. And on my birthday. You can say what you want about this video, but if it made you think, great. That's a start.

  • M.L. Kerchal
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    misogynistic "UM, I'm Sorry to bother you…." hee hee* I just had a little heart attack. UGH. quit talking down to women :/

  • Sara Miles
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    We thought I was suffering from an ulcer or bad gas…. NOPE, my heart was failing. Took weeks to figure out… and I was in the hospital for 60 hours before they decided to look at the possibility that it was my heart. We were all stunned! I had been showing little symptoms for years, but no one thinks to look into heart conditions in women under 20!

  • John Nguyen
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    wtf the kids left their mom alone, i would have used the phone to call 911 and stayed with her.

  • Bri Wuh
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    Dumb ass commercial. Do you ever see breast cancer awareness for men? Remind me again, who knows what color prostate cancer is?

    Sexist when a man does it, but when a woman does it, it's alright. Why don't we go red for fucking people not ONLY 1 GROUP?

  • Carolyn King
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    How long do you have to get help?

  • //.cimv2
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    FUCK OFF, IT'S ONE IN THREE MEN AND WOMEN FUCKING CUNT, NOT ONLY WOMEN YOU JUST IGNORED MEN'S DEATH, YOU FUCKING IGNORANT CUNTS! "Americans suffer 1.5 million heart attacks and strokes each year. Cardiovascular disease—including heart disease and stroke—is the leading cause of death in the United States. Every day, 2,200 people die from cardiovascular diseases—that's nearly 800,000 Americans each year, or 1 in every 3 deaths."
    Plus this feminism preaching bullshit, made the world less equal to men here's how:
    1) 66% Female Students
    2)Women only Scholarships
    3)Women only tax benefits
    4)Women only spaces and shelters
    5)Preventing female Conscription
    6)Preventing laws including Rape by a women (In Israel)
    7)Preventing men from having equal opportunity for child custody.
    8)Blatant twisting of history and LYING TO GET A POINT ACROSS (This including women not having the right to vote, how the sufferagettes "saved the world from inequality"
    9)Lastly, twisting of facts (1 in 5 women are rapes, .66 for every dollar, women not having representation even though them being the majority of voters.)
    Feminism, by far is the worst movement and scam the world has ever seen.

  • Laura Smith
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    I love her for doing that!

  • Alison Ha
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    It's quite appalling to see how many men have decided that GoRed is sexist simply because it is sending a direct message to women about heart disease and how to recognize the symptoms of a heart attack. The world already knows that heart disease kills many men. We have known this for years and we have all seen segments on the news about heart disease prevention for men and commercials. We have seen advertisements from Bayer about saving a man's life by giving them Bayer aspirin when they experience chest pain and experience other symptoms. I'm pretty sure everyone on the universe knows that heart disease is a huge issue for me. The question is: Does the world know how heart disease affects women? Do most women know the signs of a heart attack? Will they know when it's time to go to the doctor or call for an ambulance? NO. I can assure you that many women do not know what symptoms they should associate with a heart attack?

    Because men and women typically experience different symptoms when having a heart attack, GoRed thinks it is important for women to know what those differences are and how to get help when it happens. How is that sexist? Just because something is targeted to a specific population doesn't mean it is discriminating against the other populations it is not intending to reach. My grandmother didn't know she had heart disease, unlike my grandfather who knew exactly when he was having a heart attack and when he needed help. The reason being, there was never a huge public discussion about what heart disease is like in women. Is there something wrong with an organization trying to share knowledge with a group of people who are less informed about a topic because the information they have always been fed was based upon the symptoms of a different sex? In most women, the symptoms are more obscure and they often do not realize they are having a heart attack. Is that not disconcerting to you? Do you seriously not think this is a serious issue? They are in no way belittling the experience of me who have heart attacks or saying that heart disease is an issue that only or primarily affects women because it's not. They are simply saying that it is a serious issue for women and these women need to be informed because this knowledge could save womens' lives. And it has. There are people who have seen this video and, because of having seen it, have decided to call an ambulance instead of assuming their symptoms are related to something else or are trivial to some extent.

    You cannot reasonably say that because this information is being directed towards women, that it is sexist. If both men and women were equally as informed of the way heart disease manifests in their bodies, then the need for targeted information like this wouldn't be necessary. However, that is not the case. Women can be having a heart attack without even feeling severe chest pain, which means the severity of the attack may commonly go by unnoticed, thereby leaving the problem untreated and much more likely to result in a fatality. There should be just as much awareness about heart disease directed towards men as there is for women because of how affected both sexes are by this disease. That does not, however, mean that information cannot be directed specifically to men or specifically to women if it is likely to save more lives and improve awareness about the disease.

  • Tasjudoka
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    excellent work! would have twittered n stuff if I had an account. Fantastic!

  • whoiscarol
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    I had a heart attack two days ago. I was riding my bike when I started having symptoms similar to the woman in this video. I finished my ride and tried to shake it off, just like this woman. I'd seen this video a few years ago and it came to mind. I couldn't believe I was having a heart attack. I'm a healthy, active person with very low blood pressure and excellent cholesterol readings. I don't smoke, drink, or do drugs. My only risk factor is that I was under a lot of stress. Anyhow, I had my husband take me to the hospital (though we should have called 911) and it turned out I was having a heart attack. I was treated right away and I'm recovering nicely. Thank you, Elizabeth Banks, for saving my life!

  • tralfaz j
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    I think that E. Banks did a great job with this video.

  • roxannee williams
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    I could care less what y'all are arguing about. I just want to say Elizabeth is totally cute. I never thought having a heart attack could be cute? But she managed to pull that off. lol

  • Andrew E
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    yes, I know this is a very serious matter and it shouldn't be joked about or seem funny, but I laughed really hard..

  • Spike667
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    Could this video be more biased ?
    – Poor woman taking care of children…
    – Husband having the good life, not doing anything not even capable of seing his women has an attack…
    – Husband being an idiot who just want to touch boobies…
    Stop this "Women = oppressed" shit.
    "Heart deseases" is n1 female killer ?
    Guess what "heart deaseases" is n1 male killer too…
    But where is the gendered commercial for men ? 

    sources: http://kff.org/other/state-indicator/heart-disease-death-rate-by-gender/

  • Amy Metzger
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    That's pretty much how it happened for me. Know the signs and don't be afraid of "bothering" someone with a false alarm. Call 911 if you have the symptoms. This video shows pain in her arm, but it may not be in the arm. It may be in the back, jaw, neck, shoulder, chest, etc. You are important, call 911 right away if you are having symptoms. Heart attacks kill. Don't be a statistic. I'm only 43 and I had zero risk factors.

  • Ashley Ashbee
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    Guys, just because something isn't gender neutral, that doesn't mean it's sexist. Women's  #heartdisease  is a unique issue in that heart disease is still largely seen as a male disease — even in the medical world — and women complaining of heart symptoms are still often written off as hysterical females.

    Women also routinely put themselves last. Don't knock #goredforwomen . It's an important campaign. Thank you +OfficialGoRed4Women. 

  • Healthy Heart Bread
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    We have found an awesome over the top healthy food for the heart and blood.  You make a bread with sprouted wheat and sprouted almonds. 

  • Amber Haynes
    Posted at 19:52h, 13 March

    +Jorge Gonzales So you're just trolling YouTube? You're trying to get people, particularly women, angry? I don't comprehend why anyone would do that, unless this is some unofficial social experiment you're conducting. Look, I'm not going to call you names or anything like that, because that's probably for which you're seeking. Also, that's not my style. But if you REALLY do feel this way and are a misogynist, then by all means, the comments section for a video about women's heart health isn't the place to be. There are forums for that. Go share them there. But, Jorge, just…go grab some chill, man. And again, take care of yourself. Life is waaay too short for this kind of foolery.