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The founder of the fund for hospices “Vera” was convicted for telling about intimate care to the patient

The founder of the fund for hospices "Vera" was convicted for telling about intimate care to the patient

Nyuta Federmesser is the founder of the Hospice Care Foundation “Vera”, the head of the First Moscow Hospice. Recently, it appeared in the format TED-Talks on TEDxSadovoeRing. How to communicate with those who are terminally ill, or those who recently lost loved ones? What things do you need to tell your loved ones before you die? What does a person want before they leave? Nyuta answered all these questions in front of the audience, who listened to her every word. The recording of the lecture became available on the web, numerous fans of Federmesser shared on her pages. However, one of the spectators paid attention to the fact that Nyuta brought to the general discussion the intimate details of the life of the patient of the clinic and told how the last desire of the dying person was sex with a woman and Nyuta organized it for him. In fact, one of the spectators believes, the founder of the fund for the hospices “Vera” legalized prostitution within the same institution.

“I could not hold back tears, listening to the performance on TED Nyuta Federmesser. I would be glad to say that I was moved and admired (that’s true) by this amazing woman, doing an incredibly difficult and difficult job. But at that time I was shocked by the story she told about how in the hospice the last desire of a dying man was fulfilled. He wanted sex, and he was found a woman ready to provide this service for money. Nyuta said, slyly smiling, that the hospice would still turn to this wonderful woman for her services, and the hall complacently laughed. As if illness and close death would make a man a saint, and his last desires would be sacred. The fact that the man, while healthy, does secretly, for fear of publicity, was made openly in the hospice, “Natalia Abakanovich wrote in her microblog, and later this column was published in Cosmopolitan.

Users called Nyuta to account. She did not keep silent and expressed her position. From her words, a woman did not take money for sex with a patient, but a man needs to feel like a man, even when he is in a hospice. With this statement, she aroused resentment on the Net. Users condemn this approach of Federmesser to a woman, her dignity. The discussion is gaining momentum, but Nyuta is still ignoring the discussion.

The founder of the fund for hospices "Vera" was convicted for telling about intimate care to the patient

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