No, actually that is not right. According to a study of New York residents completing training in 2006 where the proportions of men and women graduating from residency programs and pursuing subspecialty training were compared. Multivariate regression analysis was conducted to analyze trends over time while controlling for confounding variables. The proportion of male graduating Ob/Gyn residents decreased from 46% to 23%.<quoted text>You do realize that gyne's are almost predominately men right? I don't associate, nor do most 'normal' women, sex with an exam. That is just sick. Neither do the doctor's. I see no pleasure in it nor should you.
What I am interpreting is your insecurities. If I am at risk for a gynecological cancer and there isn't a female doctor available, I should lie at home, waiting to die, just so my hubby doesn't get the wrong impression? That is absolutely ridiculous and absurd!!!!
Try to be realistic here buddy and maybe you should schedule an appt. with a therapist. Make sure it's a male though. Wouldn't want to upset the wife. Lmao!!!
The conclusion was as the proportion of men entering Ob/Gyn residency programs declines, the number of men entering general Ob/Gyn is declining at an even more dramatic rate
Just because YOU, the doctors that you site (whoever they are), and the women that YOU consider "normal" do not associate sex with an exam, does not mean that others don't. And how exactly are you defining "normal"? Is normal a statistical average with you, or is it just your opinion? If if is true that your 'normal' women don't associate sex with an exam, it's not relevant. It's not what YOU associate, it's what the Dr. associates. Let me share a secret with you......men (ALL men) are visual creatures. It is the way nature intended!(Trust me on this, I've been one for 62 years.) That fact is supported by the vast array of men's magazines, videos, etc. Therefore, there is no amount of college study/training will ever make a difference. Nature, God, Buddha, or whatever you choose to call it will always prevail! There is just no way a female can undress, lift her knees so that her thighs are vertical, then place them on a 90 degree angle without invoking some degree of pleasure for the viewer.
You are not interpreting insecurities, you're ASSUMING them.
If you are at risk for a gynecological cancer? I bet you don't even know the figures! The CDC estimated that 11,070 women would be diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2008. And note, that was ONLY an estimate. I dont know what the U.S. population was then, but as of July of last year (2009) it was 307,006,550. Fairly simple math, allowing that approximately half of the population is female (153,509,275) and dividing this into the figure of 11,070 it is easy to see that only .007% of females are positive for the disease. CONVERSELY, that also means that 99.993% of females are negative for it. Furthermore, just because you MAY have a risk factor of .007%, does not mean that you are going to be lying at home "waiting to die" so why don't you give up the drama. Fact of the matter is I'd LOVE to find a casino that would give me odds ANYWHERE NEAR 99.993%. With 10 bucks I'd close the place.
I submit that it is you that needs to be realistic. Why don't you do some research before making some of the posts that you make. Take control of your own health instead of putting it in the hands of men that want their face where it should not be.
*source: http://www.ajog.org/article/S0002-9378 (06)00975-6/abstract