History and stereotypes have depicted nurses as female. This gender specific idea has been drilled into plenty of people’s minds over the years. Guess what? It’s not 1950 anymore and men can be nurses too! In fact, PLENTY are! These confessions speak for themselves. Plenty of things expected, and unexpected, happen when you’re a man who is also a nurse.
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#1) 23 years old, loves the profession. Except for the disappointment on patients faces.
#2) Not a joke
#3) The honor of working in hospice.
#4) When you’re an older male nurse, and this happens.
#5) Don’t judge me.
#6) Sometimes uncomfortable.
#7) Not so ‘weird and gay’. Hate on, haters!
#8) It helps my body issues.
#9) And still, they assume I’m gay.
#10) That bit of hesitation when I try to do my job.
#11) I’m not a doctor. And that is okay.
#12) Why is it so hard?
#13) I’ll be able to fix the kids boo-boos. Hah!
#14) I’m a nurse, not a male nurse.
#15) Them’s the perks.
#16) Awkward moments.
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