There are no jobs a woman shouldn't do. If she is capable she should do it. Yes there are jobs that could be challenging but not all women are the same just like not all men are real men anyways..if you know what I mean.
Well, I suppose and why wouldn't they? Just like male gynecologists ought to be good at what they do too. But call me Mr. Shy and Puritan, but I just think letting members of the other sex look at your genitals is somewhat questionable. Just like I think male restrooms shouldn't be cleaned by women too and vice versa. And if I don't like it when a woman walks in on me taking a piss, then of course I wouldn't like it either when a woman checks my prostrate for lumps, if you excuse the language.
Better than have no andrologist at all check them and you die of prostate cancer... right? believe me: if you are in such a situation that you need one fast because there's a chance you're in trouble prostatewise, and all there is is a female one, you'll go and see her. And you'll get used to it after like 2 minutes. Just like all the women who have had to have their checkups done with a male gynaecologist, because there was no female one available, and got used to it anyway. A good doctor is able to put his patients at ease to have their body examined in any part. After all, it's their job to check bodies. It really shouldn't be a problem. And if you're really that much mr Shy, in case it ever happens: try to see her as your mom, and you yourself picture yourself back to your... say 5th birthday. There shouldn't be any problem anymore!
Of course, of course. Geez, I don't want to portray an image like that at all. I haven't spazzed out in the past when lady doctors needed to look at my balls and it will not happen in the future. But that was just about the only thing I could come up with for this thread, because it does make some sense to me. I mean, in every other case society still makes a lot of effort to separate the sexes because of moral standards or something along the lines, so why not here? But if it comes down to it I don't want anyone looking at my genitals, regardless of gender, but of course any doctor is a professional and anyone will do if the case arrises.
And my mom's the last person on Earth I'd want to do that, thankyouverymuch.
Maybe the attitude towards your mom is the cause of your prudery? No, I know what you mean. I personally don't feel that way with any doctor: but I can imagine other people are. After you've gained some age, and you've been in the hands of doctors and had surgery a few dozens of times, you really aren't that self-conscious about your body around medical staff of any kind anymore. But someone young, who hasn't been prodded in his body yet, by anyone including medical people, still has to get used to that...
Where this thread is concerned: the question was, if I'm not mistaken, to ask which job women can't (in the sense of aren't able) to do, not in the sense of aren't allowed to do. Or was it the other way around? I'm not sure. Mustn't, shouldn't, aren't able, aren't permitted? Can't can mean any of these things, right?
So let's leave it with "they can do anything they put their mind to", so we'd be at ease!
They can do nearly anything except some stuff that is just a matter of weight carrying requirement and even then if it isn't life saving or military related it can be adjusted. Or dangerous jobs if they're pregnant that cause exposure to stuff harmful to babies. Other than that I don't think there's much they can't do.
I guess there isn't anything women shouldn't do, if they can and want to, then do it As long as they aren't forced and consent is given, it's fine
I also never really understood the gender split in the workforce, i mean we're doing pretty well in Canada but i know it's different around the world It really is hard to reverse centuries of oppression ¯\_( ' - ' )_/¯ (though then again some areas of the world were more modern when it came to that, like Wyoming and probably more areas and countries decades before)
Side note: i just found out that Wyoming and most of the western states granted women's suffrage before New Zealand, which was the first country to grant women's suffrage (1869 and 1893 respectively) Don't know why i included this useless information but
anything that they're not physically capable of doing? there's gonna be exceptions, but the vast majority aren't gonna want to go into heavy manual labour jobs since we don't have the build for it. Not saying that they shouldn't, but realistically we just aren't as strong.
I was about to ask if you like bloodplay but I'm not sure if at 17 you are technically a minor and the question would be inappropriate but on the other hand still no one explained your favorite word "twatnugget" to me and I think maybe it is an adult word you're using, so you wouldn't be a minor after all...
I’m a woman who doesn’t work and I personally don’t think women should do a lot of jobs, and think the same for some jobs men shouldn’t do, but I’ll keep my mouth shut and not say them because people will disagree. Personally I love not having to work and my mother who does have to work said she wishes she could, she could when I was a child but can’t any longer. I think most women should make the decision to stay home with their children or even without children if they wish to. Sadly today’s society is set up so a lot of women have to work tho. This is simply my opinion and I’m certainly not a feminist and don’t want beef for not being one.
Nah, there are some people who want to work. The people who start companies often do so because they like what they do and just want to be in control of how they work. I mean when Walt Disney started his company I'm pretty sure it was because he liked working as an animator, not because he didn't like working... I think most people just don't like working for someone else.