Womanikin describes their product as "a universal attachment to challenge biased CPR training." They've made it their mission to make sure that every CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) training school in the country has one of their designs, so that trainees can be better instructed on how to help a woman who has gone into cardiac arrest.

Apparently, that very thing has finally arrived. You would think we would have had a CPR dummy that represents women a long time ago.

When it comes to CPR, a woman's body versus a man's brings up different questions that have gone unanswered all these years. They areas follows: where do I put my hands and is it appropriate to put my hands in certain places? I mean, don't we want to know how to save ladies lives to? Why did it take so long to care about a woman living? I'm not trying to be cute here either, I mean it. This seems way too late. Better late than never I guess.

It's probably the same technique (no research) but these are reasonable concerns. Like Will Ferrell in Talladega Nights, you don't know what to do with your hands. I'll tell you what right now, I'm getting in there and doing what needs to be done and breasts be damned. That's the last time you ever see me write that. I'd certainly never say it.