I'll first introduce myself to everyone since this is my first post. I recently just finished my freshman year in college. I am finishing up basic studies before I apply to nursing school during my sophomore year. I wanted to enter the field of nursing to persue a career as a CRNA eventually.
Anyways..I read about this topic in other threads but I didn't want a variety of answers that may not pertain to the topic. I also hope I don't seem like an immature or unprofessional person by asking this question but here it goes:
I just wanted to know if nursing school or nursing as a profession provides a male student/nurse with more options for woman/dating. Woman/dating is by no means my first priority when it comes to my career, but I just wanted input from people in the same situation or who have been in my situation before because I don't want to be alone forever. As a prospective male nurse, my concerns arise when I think about the possibilty of the women thinking I am gay because I am pursuing nursing or that I am not a potential partner because of the profession I chose. If I am a nurse does this pose a problem to my future or should I not even be worried?
PS - I'm not a feminine person nor do I lack the social skills needed to talk to women. I played many sports throughout high school and freshman year of college I played intramural football. I have been in two long-term relationships. Im just concerned that my career might hinder future relationships.