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People that believe their profession means more importance or attraction in terms of dating - need to stop waving that trophy around and get back to work. If the question is, would I date a nurse, yes I can't imagine why I'd think a man being a nurse wasn't worth dating. How about not EVER having a regular 40 hour day work shift schedule? Having worked in fast food, it's nearly impossible to say the same for someone who reeks of french fries and has grease in their hair.
How about being trained to get stressed to the point of insanity - with a smile - and needing an outlet to unwind, and end up dumping everything on the significant other, or hitting the bottle hard, or going crazy on nights off with all kinds of extreme behavior? But why would male nurses be any more or less attractive than, say, male flight attendants? Do you want to know if you're somehow losing points for being a male in a traditionally female profession?
In fact, despite its modern association as a “female profession,” men have been involved in nursing for centuries. They also helped care for patients in Europe during the Black Plague and treated injured soldiers on the battlefield for hundreds of years. It took a Supreme Court case to put an end to this practice.
The RWJF reported that men were students at the world’s first nursing school, founded in 250 B. Despite this history, for much of the 20th century, nursing schools in the U. Keeping men out of nursing schools was declared unconstitutional in 1982 in Mississippi University for Women v.
Hogan, in which a 5-4 majority ruled that the single-sex admission policy at the school violated the 14th Amendment’s Equal Protection clause.
Since that time, a growing number of men have been breaking through the gender barrier to pursue a rewarding career in nursing.
How about not EVER having a regular 40 hour day work shift schedule?
How about being trained to get stressed to the point of insanity - with a smile - and needing an outlet to unwind, and end up dumping everything on the significant other, or hitting the bottle hard, or going crazy on nights off with all kinds of extreme behavior?
There's reasons why so many nurses end up single and looking in here. Stress and an inconsistent work schedule really sucks, and they get it in spades.
"LOL I spent the first 15 yrs of my life, living with a male nurse. From 19 yrs old, forward 30 yrs, spent my days/evenings/all nighters, working with male nurses. Even more oddly, why would I desire to have a partner like a nurse? Because you know, women will make judgments about how attractive a man is based on his profession and that's not fair, but these things never concern men as long as we're pretty enough? The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Male lab techs/male xray techs, male reception/ward clerks, and male RT/OT therapist.