Check your manliness at the door... - page 3
Just wanted to say that I have personally had a great experience both in the nursing program and in clinicals be a male student. When I initially started, I was concerned going into a female dominated field. However, overall, I... Read More
- 0Apr 25, '12 by Floridatrail2006Quote from dedicated_2b_RNThanks for the back up. You're right. Just trying to relay a message.OMG why does someone always have to analyze a good idea this man is just saying be professional he did not say dont tell jokes
but common sense says dont grab ass in any profession at any time geeeeesh
- 0Apr 29, '12 by tstevrn1955The concept of "manliness" as a source of bad behavior in a gender dominant workforce is interesting. I applaud the rules of behavior offered to the new male nurse entering that workforce. I think the rules offered in the post are applicable to everyone at work. I mean, bad behavior is bad behavior no matter the reason. I must say that whatever bad behavior is, to label the cause "manliness" is logically the same as labeling behavior according to "gayness" or "femaleness" and is unsustainable as a general reason or strategy to motivate a person to engage in professional behavior.