Sunday, 9 November 2008


The ward sister knows I'm gay.

Now that is a sentence I never thought I would write. Not because I was scared but because it's not all together important. I've had that moan before, that it isn't anything to do with caring for my patients. It's not worth the effort telling placements, you are only there for a few weeks after all, and dealing with staff that hate you / dealing with staff that question everything. (*So how do you know you are gay?* No, answering with *How do you know you're straight?* doesn't help.)

She's brilliantly supportive (then again she really didn't know what she was getting when I turned up at the door!).

Being out really doesn't bother me. I really don't hide anything. If asked I will tell you a direct answer but it doesn't come up in general conversation. For some reason people don't ask me if I have a partner. Maybe I just give off those 'I'm single' vibes so no-one dares ask me. Besides I think I've heard almost everything by now. Ah just wait someone tomorrow will say something stupid.....because it's a new day after all.


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Anonymous said...

Your sexual orientation does not help nor hinder your abilities as a nurse. And I can tell you stereotypes are the biggest buzzkill of them all.

Sometimes 'different' is interpreted as wrong to those who don't take the time to learn.
Let us not forget the old adage for the word ASSUME.
Nuff' said.

Stay strong and stay centered.

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