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disturbing sexual behavior of female nurses

Last post 09-26-2018, 1:09 PM by R Raffie. 60 replies.
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  •  09-26-2018, 1:09 PM

    Re: disturbing sexual behavior of female nurses

    Hi Bob.

    Don't know if you'll read this or not but many people have found that state medical boards rarely do anything. If one really wants action take your complaint to the Joint Commission (JC), or Dept. of Health & Human Svcs.

    Although healthcare workers don't like to admit it, male patients have the SAME RIGHTS as women when gender specific intimate exams, test, or, procedures are in play and they know it.

    For instance. When a woman goes for her annual mammogram or have a baby, you won't see ANY males around unless she approves it. Why? Because they complained and the medical community listened and to remedy the situation, they don't teach qualified male rad technicians mammography and they don't allow male nurses in L& D departments.

    They use what is called a BFOQ exception to hire females only in those areas.

    Since the are providing for the dignity and privacy of their female patients, they are legally obligated to also do it for their male patients.

    If a male patient is uncomfortable being intimately exposed in front of a female healthcare worker he has the same rights as any female patient in requesting same gender care givers. If they have no males available, then the patient has to choose at that point to go forward or find an institution that cares for their male patients properly.

    If the healthcare worker proceeds WITHOUT YOUR PERMISSION, they can and should be charged with Battery.

    Too many female healthcare workers try to shame and/or humiliate their male patients into proceeding with something they want no part of.

    It's time for male patients everywhere to STAND UP FOR THEIR RIGHTS. If you won't do it for yourself, think of your male offspring and their offspring.

    If you are uncomfortable with opposite gender care, you aren't alone. There's nothing to be ashamed because you asked for same gender care. You're NO LESS A MAN for asking. You're just looking out for yourself because in healthcare if you don't look out for your own interests, they certainly won't.

    Don't let female healthcare workers try telling you any different. You have the SAME rights as female patients.

    We're NOT sexist. We're NOT woman haters.

    All we want is OUR dignity respected and privacy protected in the same when they do for female patients.

    Regards,

    R. Raffie

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