Hello all!A prospective male nurse here.I am currently working in the early childhood education field, which is another field that is dominated by women in the work force. Being a man in a childhood education field, there were certain things that women could do that I could not do, such as toileting a female child, when my female co-workers would freely work with both female and male children. I have also been turned down a student support position for being a man (specifically mentioned by the parent) since the client was a 13 year old girl, when I see women working with teenaged boys all the time as a student support. I personally do not care whether I am working with male or female children in my education job, but I felt that if women could freely work with both male and female children, when I can only mainly work with male children, it gives me a disadvantage in terms of progressing in this field. This is one of the reasons I wanted to get out of childhood education field. So I want to ask the male nurses: are there any jobs that you are not allowed to do? And do you feel that it gives you a disadvantage in progressing in the nursing field?