thanks to all you guys and girls for your support:spin: .
i think that many women underestimate men and their ability to lead diverse roles. if a man chooses to become a nurse, he is willing to tap into his caring side (not feminine side, women don't have a monopoly on caring!
), which all men have; this does not negate his masculinity. on the contrary, if he is confident and stands up for and supports himself and others in his care, he can only enhance his masculinity and shows courage to go against the sheep following the status quo. maybe if some women understood this(and men too!), such multifaceted men might intimidate them, so they would prefer to assume male nurses were somewhat effeminate.
the world evolves by individuals going off the beaten track, often risking ridicule to show the masses what is possible.