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Date Posted: Tuesday, January 14, 2014, 05:18: pm
I doubt if I would've be so turned-on if the nurse was a female. I was, after all a teenager, first interested in males, and here was a young male asking me to lower my underwear, with another young male looking on. Sure, they were professional; undoubtedly they were doing their job as nurses/nursing students. However, humans have instincts and desires that are not always under rational control, especially when young. Therefore, when a nice-looking male asks a teenage girl to lower her underpants, then proceeds to touch the rear, and inserts a cool, slick device into her bottom, it doesn't matter if the girl knows that he is a nurse doing his job or anything else. The desire takes over because that is how humans are "hard-wired". No problem, just fact. It just felt good, even if that wasn't the intention. Same for the emotion of embarrassment. The nurse surely wasn't there to embarrass the patient, but that was the end result. Maybe it DOES matter what gender the medical professional is if we want to prevent arousal or embarrassment, especially where a non-emergency situation is present. That encounter will likely remain with me the rest of my life! I'm not unhappy about this, as it is still sexually stimulating, but it isn't something I can stop even if I wanted to do so.
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