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Old 08-04-2010, 03:59 PM
 
Location: The Big D
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Sex with your husband will NEVER be the same


I might as well go and join one of those groups that runs around naked all the time.
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Old 08-04-2010, 04:07 PM
 
Location: Silver Springs, FL
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Sex with your husband will NEVER be the same
Sorry, got this quote misdirected, meant it at Mom....
Yup, you're soiled goods now Mom, might as well set up shop as a dial-a-hooker!
BTW, thanks for the kind words about my daddy, he sure was one wonderful man. I can hear him spinning in his grave now, about the nonsense that has been spouted on this thread.
Either that, or he's trying to tell me something fall-down funny that will scythe the flat-earthers off at the ankles, thats how he rolled.
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Old 08-05-2010, 04:13 PM
 
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Modest Woman, I don't share your beliefs, but I respect them. Everyone should have the right to make choices about the care they receive, or to refuse it altogether. Because of your strong and non-mainstream preferences, you would be wise to check out the physicians, hospitals, medical facilities, etc. in your area, and be sure your family knows your preferences - put them in writing in an advanced directive, in case of an emergency situation.
I really appreciate your attitude. I am not sure if you are a doctor or a nurse, but you certainly would make a good one since you respect patients' rights to get the modesty they want in a medical setting. I know you don't share my beliefs, but I really appreciate that you respect my convictions. I think that doctors and nurses should be sensitive to patients' wishes for modesty regardless of reasons.

Thank you for your tips! I agree that it's wise to check out doctors, hospitals, and medical facilties. I honestly would not want to use a facility where nurses and doctors were insensitive to patients' wishes for modesty. I think all medical professionals should be sensitive to modest patients and work to accommodate their wishes even if they don't hold the same beliefs about modesty. I know there are some nurses and doctors out there who respect people's wishes. I've heard of some vasectomy clinics only employing male nurses because many men don't want female nurses to be present for their vasectomy. There are a number of all female ob/gyn practices all over US. In fact, I called one hospital where one all female ob/gyn practice delivers at and asked them this question because I noticed that all of their anesthesiologists were male: What if a lady has to have a C-Section and she doesn't want a male anesthesiologist, I was told that they have a female nurse anesthetist that could be there for the C-Section and that an anesthesiologist didn't have to be present which was encouraging to me.
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Old 08-05-2010, 04:15 PM
 
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I am so glad to see someone speaking out about this. I share your viewpoint and always have....and have long been incredulous as to the violations by strangers women will tolerate just because it is a "medical" setting.

You are absolutely right - nothing changes in a "medical" setting, but the masses have been duped into going with "health care's" flow - on this issue and others.

Thank you so much for expressing your view.
It is encouraging to hear that you share my viewpoint. There are a lot of people who desire modesty even in medical settings. Many people are afraid to speak up becasue they feel intimidated by medical professionals. Some medical professionals have bad attitudes. But at the same time, there are some medical professionals who are actually sensitive to modest patients. I think the more modest patients speak up about this issue, hospitals and doctors will realize the seriousness of this issue and work to accommodate patients' wishes for modesty.
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Old 08-05-2010, 04:21 PM
 
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You are absolutely right. A male gynecologist is just like any other man on the street driven by exactly the same instincts.

Women who are so puzzled by what you're saying here would not hesitate to call the police if any other strange man so much as suggested what those in the white coats think they're entitled to do. I hope your comments make at least some of them think.

It is incredible that the vast majority seem so oblivious to the degree to which they are taken advantage of.
You are right. Doctors get away with too much. We have been taught to never question the medical industry and trust them completely. Why have some doctors committed sexual misconduct? You can find some doctors who have committed sexual misconduct by doing a search on Google. One of the most disgusting cases was News for Dallas, Texas | Dallas Morning News | Breaking News for Dallas-Fort Worth | Dallas Morning News (http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/localnews/stories/092906metchitale.329d63a.html - broken link). I cannot believe that this happened.
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Old 08-05-2010, 04:26 PM
 
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I'm not here to insult anyone - really I'm not.

Most women don't begin to understand male sexuality - despite it's simplicity. It is profoundly different from female sexuality. Yet they will say they "know how men are" and act like they do in almost every other situation but a doctor's office.

Absolutely no insult was intended. But it is very naive to assume that a male gynecologist isn't thinking the same thoughts that any other man would be thinking in the same setting with an attractive woman. How many he sees every day has nothing whatsoever to do with it.

The biggest lie ever repeatedly told in the history of man is when a male doctor tells an attractive woman that his only interest is her "health".
I agree with you. Even strongest Christian men cannot stay pure in thoughts when they see scantily dressed women at the beach. Many of them have taken precautions such as having pornographic filters on their computer. It makes no sense to me about how male gynecologists could never have lustful thoughts when they examine private parts of women. They get to see women's private parts and that's far worse than scantily dressed women. I am sure that they do see some gross things, but at the same time they have many attractive women who simply come in for annual exams. A male gynecologist is a human. He is no different from another man. Some people may assume that male gynecologists are asexual. If that is true, how come many of them are married and have children?

Medicine doesn't make it right for men to examine private parts of women.
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Old 08-05-2010, 04:29 PM
 
Location: Bucks, UK
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erm, you know that not all female gynaecologists are heterosexual, right?
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Old 08-05-2010, 04:32 PM
 
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Honey, if you think that a male ob/gyn is thinking about sex when he is looking at the 100th vagina of the week, then you have never talked to one. Sex is the furthest thing from their mind.
If that is true, can you tell me why many men cannot stop looking at pornography? Based on what you have said about male ob/gyn, how come does a man who views pornography constantly doesn't quit looking at pornography after seeing so many naked women? Male gynecologists are men just like other men.

If a male gynecologist doesn't think about sex when seeing a vagina, how come does he still have sex with his wife? Men are aroused by seeing their wives' naked bodies.
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Old 08-05-2010, 04:35 PM
 
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Yes, it is, isn't it?

You're not a man, "honey". You'll never get it - especially if you refuse to listen and refuse to think about the reason there have been separate rest rooms and showers for men and women, female police officers to handle and pat-down female suspects, etc., etc., etc. throughout our civilized history. Oh - and one more thing - men lie to women about all things sexual. Shocking, but true. Sorry to be the one to burst your bubble.

Most women throw all common sense and everything they've learned to the four winds when they enter a "medical" setting and this is a phenomenon that has baffled me for decades. The fact that you are so easily and completely controlled and manipulated by the medical industry flows directly to the crisis in "health care" we have been struggling with in recent years.
Well said.
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Old 08-05-2010, 05:20 PM
 
Location: Georgia, USA
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[quote=There are a number of all female ob/gyn practices all over US. In fact, I called one hospital where one all female ob/gyn practice delivers at and asked them this question because I noticed that all of their anesthesiologists were male: What if a lady has to have a C-Section and she doesn't want a male anesthesiologist, I was told that they have a female nurse anesthetist that could be there for the C-Section and that an anesthesiologist didn't have to be present which was encouraging to me.[/quote]

I do not know who you spoke to, but if someone at a hospital told you a nurse anesthetist could give anesthesia for a Cesarean section without being supervised by an anesthesiologist, that person is sorely mistaken. Most C-sections are done with spinal or epidural anesthesia, and few nurse anesthetists, if any, are qualified to do those. An anesthesiologist would be present to supervise a nurse anesthetist for any procedure.
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