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Sara Kolmes
Florida State University
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    Are Emotional Support Animals Prosthetics or Pets? Body-Like Rights to Emotional Support Animals.Sara Kolmes - 2021 - Journal of Medical Ethics 47 (9):632-638.
    Many philosophers have argued that prosthetic limbs are the subjects of some of the same rights as traditional body parts. This is a strong argument in favour of respecting the rights of users of prosthetics. I argue that all of the reasons to consider paradigm prosthetics the subjects of body-like rights apply to the relationship between some emotional support animals and their handlers. ESAs are integrated into the functioning of their handlers in ways that parallel the ways that paradigm prosthetics (...)
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    Is There a Gender Self-Advocacy Gap? An Empiric Investigation Into the Gender Pain Gap.Sara K. Kolmes & Kyle R. Boerstler - 2020 - Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 17 (3):383-393.
    There are documented differences in the efficacy of medical treatment for pain for men and women. Women are less likely to have their pain controlled and receive less treatment than men. We are investigating one possible explanation for this gender pain gap: that there is a difference in how women and men report their pain to physicians, and so there is a difference in how physicians understand their pain. This paper describes an exploratory study into gendered attitudes towards reporting uncontrolled (...)
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    Harlequin Resistance? Romance Novels as a Model for Resisting Objectification.Sara Kolmes & Matthew A. Hoffman - 2021 - Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 79 (1):30-41.
    Romance novels are primarily aimed at, written about, and written for women. They have been accused of being fantasies which feature sexually objectified heroines who are passive recipients of overwhelming masculine sexual energy. After shoring up these critiques of romance novels with A.W. Eaton’s account of how art can objectify its subjects, we examine a challenge to romance novels: does the sexual content in romance novels objectify its heroines? There is strong reason to think so. However, we argue that careful (...)
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    Employment‐Based, For‐Profit Health Care in a Pandemic.Sara Kolmes - 2020 - Hastings Center Report 50 (3):22-22.
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