pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#33 Feb 3, 2013
kjro wrote:
<quoted text>
"Avin a laugh" lol please go back to school, you obviously need it. The fact that you are using hundreds of case law in comparison to millions of practices and mirroring down onto those hundreds of complaints is a rather depressing exposure of your knowledge and analytical skills.
You obviously need to go back to school since you would rely on hundreds of complaints over millions of practices without complains.
Ok back to basics,do think a male doctor doesn't get turned on by young fit attractive women,we can start there. You really have no idea about doctors involved with sexual abuse,have you.

Let me tell you,while women give their naked body freely open to sexual abuse it will happen' at some point and why' it is mans nature driven by testosterone and sexual desire for the opposite sex, that is how world rolls, not a fantasy world you describe.
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#34 Feb 3, 2013
kjro After you reply with excuses explain this to me.

What type of bloke takes a full time job enterring womens sexual organ for money...A little perverse don't you think, not a normal guys choice of work, is it. Abnormal yes.
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#35 Feb 3, 2013
Giggs wrote:
I also had an ear infection recently and had a load of nurses my age laughing at me while I was having a syringe fkin my ear hole.
Its no fun at all but at the end of the day I would rather be embarrassed than not know if I have HIV or have blocked up ears because I refuse to let a woman do such things to me.
Ladies for intimate exam you have the right of doctor gender, are you offered it Noooooooo. Why?
Revo

Leyton, UK

#36 Feb 3, 2013
unknown wrote:
<quoted text>
Your pathetic
Who gets permission to rape?
It is a sin punishable by death in islam
Just coz some muslims rape it doesn't means islam allows it
Don't judge a religion by its followers judge a religion by its teachIngs
Yes, they tend to stone the rape victim to death for adultry
rio

Beckenham, UK

#37 Feb 3, 2013
Revo wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, they tend to stone the rape victim to death for adultry
What? Because you hear about one such incident, you think rape is OK in Islam and the culprit never punished?

How stupid can you get!!!

This forum was far better whilst you were absent from it.

You are nothing but a f*cking troll...
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#38 Feb 3, 2013
Talking of rape, why is this allowed....

UK teaching hospitals, trainee doctors both sexes queue to do pelvic exams on women asleep from non related pelvic operation, they have no specific consent from the patient, in a nutshell a women can be raped within the law..in teaching hospitals.

A repeated link showing the possibilities open to doctors,of late.
A complete sexual act carried out by male doctors initially.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Female_hysteria

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#39 Feb 3, 2013
Giggs wrote:
I also had an ear infection recently and had a load of nurses my age laughing at me while I was having a syringe fkin my ear hole.
Its no fun at all but at the end of the day I would rather be embarrassed than not know if I have HIV or have blocked up ears because I refuse to let a woman do such things to me.
Your insensitivity and lack of true empathy is inappropriate and unhelpful

You speak of 100s of reported cases -v- millions of medicals - but those 100s of women matter and will be affected for life by what they experienced + you speak of stats, but you fail to acknowledge that crimes of this nature go largely unreported. I didn't reporr my abuse - because I volunteered for the exam and its hard to prove, no nurse in attendance and ambiguous procedures/intent

Furthermore you seem to have missed the sarcasm of Pailrider asking "did nurse get an erection?" He knew it was a female, it was a tongue in cheek question - the point is, a man can't be abused the way a woman can - men profit just from the sight of a nude woman to the point of a concealed erection often. Plus you really can't compare being handled as a man with being penetrated as a woman

Men often mistakenly think they can compare their cross gender medical experience to womens - but it is very different. Even so, just because some accept such treatment doesn't make it ideal

This forum seeks to question the practice and allow people to express their feelings/experiences/objection s

No man has the right to tell women to just accept cross gender medical care, it isn't even necessary in the 21st century with so many qualified female specialists
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#40 Feb 4, 2013
Well said bootz, I would like to draw your attention to a simple google search.

UK NHS 36000 men get prostate cancer per year.

Women 2700 get cervical cancer and some are false negatives.

Perhaps a male doctor can explain the discrepancy.
Giggs

Oldham, UK

#41 Feb 4, 2013
Bootz65 wrote:
<quoted text>
Your insensitivity and lack of true empathy is inappropriate and unhelpful
You speak of 100s of reported cases -v- millions of medicals - but those 100s of women matter and will be affected for life by what they experienced + you speak of stats, but you fail to acknowledge that crimes of this nature go largely unreported. I didn't reporr my abuse - because I volunteered for the exam and its hard to prove, no nurse in attendance and ambiguous procedures/intent
Furthermore you seem to have missed the sarcasm of Pailrider asking "did nurse get an erection?" He knew it was a female, it was a tongue in cheek question - the point is, a man can't be abused the way a woman can - men profit just from the sight of a nude woman to the point of a concealed erection often. Plus you really can't compare being handled as a man with being penetrated as a woman
Men often mistakenly think they can compare their cross gender medical experience to womens - but it is very different. Even so, just because some accept such treatment doesn't make it ideal
This forum seeks to question the practice and allow people to express their feelings/experiences/objection s
No man has the right to tell women to just accept cross gender medical care, it isn't even necessary in the 21st century with so many qualified female specialists
Well I didn't understand what Pailrider was saying. I do now.

I dont think its ok for doctors to take advantage of sleeping patients. In fact that is very bad.

But I don't assume the majority of male doctors are like that. Especially in the NHS where things are very regulated. Obviously things happen but I haven't herd much about it.

In an ideal world there would be no cross gender medical practices. But is that practical?

What if I get a male doctor and he is homosexual?

....That has happened to me before.

I acknowledge everything your saying...so there is no argument from me now.

End of discussion......you are right.

..........

But your point about the "erection" I find sexist. That is human nature. No man should have to feel ashamed, in the wrong or inappropriate because he has an erection.

Just because a guy gets an erection doesn't mean he cant do his job or that he is a pervert.

How could you understand?

If a doctor has to perform a very important medical procedure on you and their are no females around who can do it....

Would you make it an issue if he got an "erection"?

An "erection" should not be brought up when you are talking about male doctors abusing sleeping patients.

Giggs

Oldham, UK

#42 Feb 4, 2013
pailrider wrote:
Talking of rape, why is this allowed....
UK teaching hospitals, trainee doctors both sexes queue to do pelvic exams on women asleep from non related pelvic operation, they have no specific consent from the patient, in a nutshell a women can be raped within the law..in teaching hospitals.
A repeated link showing the possibilities open to doctors,of late.
A complete sexual act carried out by male doctors initially.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Female_hysteria
Excuse me.

This is news to me.

I have worked in hospitals and I would be very shocked if I saw a sleeping woman being raped by a doctor.

How come the nurses, Admin staff, Porters, Cleaners, Security etc... have not noticed?

Isn't the problem that these things are not being reported rather than the gender of the person operating?
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#43 Feb 4, 2013
Giggs wrote:
<quoted text>
Excuse me.
This is news to me.
I have worked in hospitals and I would be very shocked if I saw a sleeping woman being raped by a doctor.
How come the nurses, Admin staff, Porters, Cleaners, Security etc... have not noticed?
Isn't the problem that these things are not being reported rather than the gender of the person operating?
You need to do a google search, have a look at this link, of late..Male doctors would bring women to orgasm using fingers on genitals.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Female_hysteria
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#44 Feb 4, 2013
Have a read here and see if it answers your question.
http://europepmc.org/abstract/MED/20108806

If not I will find a relevant link..btw it is in teaching hospitals dyor...
Interpol

Leyton, UK

#45 Feb 4, 2013
rio wrote:
<quoted text>
What? Because you hear about one such incident, you think rape is OK in Islam and the culprit never punished?
How stupid can you get!!!
This forum was far better whilst you were absent from it.
You are nothing but a f*cking troll...
You Ronan, are nothing but a wanted sex pest on the run from the French authorities.The first time you register or i think its you under another name on a registerd account im gonna hang your ass out to dry.
Giggs

Oldham, UK

#46 Feb 4, 2013
pailrider wrote:
Have a read here and see if it answers your question.
http://europepmc.org/abstract/MED/20108806
If not I will find a relevant link..btw it is in teaching hospitals dyor...
Well you should give me proper links really.

Newspapers or Medical journals etc...

Ive read what it says....

"A significant percentage of women will not agree to such an intimate examination"

and that means not all women are so against it.

Im pretty sure the NHS allows you to request a male/female if you are prepared to wait.

I would not like to be a Gynecologist though and I dont see why many people would. Old ladies, the fat ones or women with bad infections would make me sick.

Im sure most doctors do not do the job for sexual/perverted reasons.......and I bet most of them need to be professional because in a hospital your not alone in those situations.....female nurses etc....
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#47 Feb 4, 2013
Giggs wrote:
<quoted text>
Well I didn't understand what Pailrider was saying. I do now.
I dont think its ok for doctors to take advantage of sleeping patients. In fact that is very bad.
But I don't assume the majority of male doctors are like that. Especially in the NHS where things are very regulated. Obviously things happen but I haven't herd much about it.
In an ideal world there would be no cross gender medical practices. But is that practical?
What if I get a male doctor and he is homosexual?
....That has happened to me before.
I acknowledge everything your saying...so there is no argument from me now.
End of discussion......you are right.
..........
But your point about the "erection" I find sexist. That is human nature. No man should have to feel ashamed, in the wrong or inappropriate because he has an erection.
Just because a guy gets an erection doesn't mean he cant do his job or that he is a pervert.
How could you understand?
If a doctor has to perform a very important medical procedure on you and their are no females around who can do it....
Would you make it an issue if he got an "erection"?
An "erection" should not be brought up when you are talking about male doctors abusing sleeping patients.
An erection is part of a sexual act activated by testosterone, the man is ready to have sex. The main issue no offer od gender choice.
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#48 Feb 4, 2013

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#49 Feb 4, 2013
pailrider wrote:
Exactly

Furthermore a man being examined by a homosexual is no comparison either - this guy is really clutching straws to defend wrong practice

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#50 Feb 4, 2013
Giggs wrote:
<quoted text>
Well I didn't understand what Pailrider was saying. I do now.
I dont think its ok for doctors to take advantage of sleeping patients. In fact that is very bad.
But I don't assume the majority of male doctors are like that. Especially in the NHS where things are very regulated. Obviously things happen but I haven't herd much about it.
In an ideal world there would be no cross gender medical practices. But is that practical?
What if I get a male doctor and he is homosexual?
....That has happened to me before.
I acknowledge everything your saying...so there is no argument from me now.
End of discussion......you are right.
..........
But your point about the "erection" I find sexist. That is human nature. No man should have to feel ashamed, in the wrong or inappropriate because he has an erection.
Just because a guy gets an erection doesn't mean he cant do his job or that he is a pervert.
How could you understand?
If a doctor has to perform a very important medical procedure on you and their are no females around who can do it....
Would you make it an issue if he got an "erection"?
An "erection" should not be brought up when you are talking about male doctors abusing sleeping patients.
Imagine how you'd feel if that homosexual male doctor kept finding reasons to stick his fingers and other instruments up your ass - then you begin to move closer to what women risk/endure
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#51 Feb 5, 2013
Giggs wrote:
<quoted text>
Well you should give me proper links really.
Newspapers or Medical journals etc...
Ive read what it says....
"A significant percentage of women will not agree to such an intimate examination"
and that means not all women are so against it.
Im pretty sure the NHS allows you to request a male/female if you are prepared to wait.
I would not like to be a Gynecologist though and I dont see why many people would. Old ladies, the fat ones or women with bad infections would make me sick.
Im sure most doctors do not do the job for sexual/perverted reasons.......and I bet most of them need to be professional because in a hospital your not alone in those situations.....female nurses etc....
You should catch up on world news and research the web,it is rife....
Giggs

Bristol, UK

#52 Feb 5, 2013
Bootz65 wrote:
<quoted text>
Imagine how you'd feel if that homosexual male doctor kept finding reasons to stick his fingers and other instruments up your ass - then you begin to move closer to what women risk/endure
Well yeh I wouldn't let the guy anywhere near my ass.

But I have a choice.....

http://www.nhs.uk/choiceintheNHS/Yourchoices/...

You are perfectly able in the NHS to choose a male/female specialist.

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