Not a purse, a nurse. We're talking about male nurses again. The profession has always been dominated by women, and still is. But we're seeing a few more males entering the field. THe stigma of an all female profession is slowly lifting.
Some of the change is due to cultural changes where women are no longer seen as the sole primary gender capable of offering care.
How many male nurses are you working with? Have you noticed an increase? Any gender bias in school that may prevent male nurses from entering the field?