On a (more) serious note, I can't help but roll my eyes at the new posters who seem to think being a male in the nursing field will be a total anomaly or give them a huge advantage (or disadvantage depending on the poster's beliefs).
I've enjoyed the vast majority of my nurse coworkers. Several were men. Most of those were married, and I do think they were maybe more comfortable with some "female issues" that make other guys feel awkward simply because of nursing education and working closely with other men and women who had a tendency to share. I admit I like to think those male coworkers were a little more evolved spouses because of nursing, so I guess I look at this stuff a little backwards. :beer:
ETA: why does my beer emoticon appear as a smiley face? :confused: