You seem to be overly focused on young pretty female nurses as the source of your problem. It's not uncommon to try to shift the blame to other sources rather than take ownership when one's actions and behavior lead to problems with the BON.
The problem as I see it is not the BON. I owe the CABON a huge debt of gratitude for allowing me to continue to work while in their diversion program. I was able to focus on my underlying problem (clinical depression) without the crutch of alcohol. I got better and so can anyone else who needs the discipline and oversite of a program to stay away from alcohol or other addicting substances.
That being said there are many here who have been unjustly shoved into expensive one size fits all programs that have little to do with recovery. This message is not for those people.
The problem is however not with "pretty girl's" with no criminal background. They weren't lucky they were careful with their lives. I, myself drank alcoholically for 30 years since the age of 13 and never once got behind the wheel of a car while impaired. You made a choice to drive under the influence and now you are paying for that choice. So place your anger where it belongs. Weather you decide to continue your nursing career or not, if you have a problem with alcohol (and I'm not saying you do) you will eventually have to come to grips with it.
What is needed in these program is independent oversite to keep them honest. The BONs are currently sub-contracting their monitoring programs to private for profit companies who are abusing the power it gives them.
Peace and Namaste