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    Yes
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    i have always felt more comfortable around women
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    This is called reification - the turning of a living person into an object.

    And it is this objectification of a living person that forms the basis of pathological concrete thinking.

    Hey, you turn living people into concrete for your own pleasure.
    Wrong. Reification is the act of turning an abstract concept into something concrete. Seeing as how another living person is concrete, and objects are concrete, then turning one into the other would not fit the criteria of reification.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Wrong. Reification is the act of turning an abstract concept into something concrete. Seeing as how another living person is concrete, and objects are concrete, then turning one into the other would not fit the criteria of reification.
    Maybe he meant dehumanization?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    give you the "below the belt" exam?
    I'd prefer it....less "awkward" than having a male doctor do it, in my opinion at least.
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    My current General M.D. is a woman, but when I was 18 - actually the month I turned 18, I thought I had a hernia. I lifted weights like a fanatic during my teen years and one day I caught a 35 lb. weight plate as it slipped off the bar while I was in a straddled position, anyway I felt a stinging sensation under my left gonad, I told my mom, she wanted me to see the doctor right away since that was my last month on her insurance where she worked at and also did I have any problem seeing her doctor which was a female, I said "no". So I go to the doctor thinking it was some middle aged un-attractive woman, wrong ! She was a beautiful red head, tall probably 5'10'', nice curves, ect. My heart started to pound, she took my pulse and said it was like 120 beats per minute , and then said "are you nervous ?" I said yes, she said "why?" , because your going to ask me to drop my pants, she said " you have to if you want any help". Minutes later, she said take them down, I did, I turned my head and looked at the clock on the wall. I never went to her again after that exam, but she told me "I have to move your penis out of the way" "ok" I said , and I'm average just like anyone else if your wondering. She held it in her left hand while she squeezed and prodded my nads with her right hand, and about every 30 seconds she would move her shoulder like it was uncomfortable and when she would her left hand grip would tighten just ever so slightly,not only that but I could feel her exhaling breath on my genital area. I know that she was wanting to see me get erected, anyway this whole ordeal lasted a little over 8 minutes ! How I know this- was I kept count by the clock on the wall, I believe it kept my mind focused elsewhere. When she left out of the room she slammed the door, I do believe she was expecting to have something to talk about with the other women in her office that day and she didn't get anything to talk about, no erection, ect. She did say that she suspected me having a Varicocele and sent me to a Urologist which said the same thing. When I left her office that day I told my mom what had happened, my mom said "she wouldn't do that, I've known her for 2 years and we get along good together!", I said that's exactly why she probably felt comfortable pushing the envelope with me because she knew who my mom was!" I don't tell many people this story because I've been called a liar the few times I've told it. I had mixed emotions that day, I didn't know whether to feel flattered or violated, but I've always hoped to catch her and her husband out at some nice restaurant so I could walk up to their table and say "hey, do you remember that time....." !

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    I have a male doctor, but I imagine I'd be fine with a female doctor. Hell, give me a transsexual doctor, I don't care. It's not like there's going to be any novelty factor there for them, you're just one more of the hundreds of patients they have.

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    I'd prefer it. With a male doctor I can't keep myself under control.
    Why do we always come here?

    I guess we'll never know.

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    I have to be honest, I prefer a male doctor with exams of my private bits. I've had both male and female and find the male to be more gentle and caring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Are you serious about that?
    The guy quoted himself in his sig...either he is dead serious or the the most ironic prankster of the millennium. Plus check out his list of attractive qualities in the relationships thread.

    I'm not bothered by having a female doctor...although I do get "bothered" by attractive women in general. I have no real preference otherwise.
    Still using a needle to break apart a grain of sand.

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    At what age do you start having "below the belt exams"? I have a female doctor, by the way, but I've never been examined "down there".

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