I went to eat dinner with my friends last night.
The members were me and three women.
I mean I was the only male.
I don't think it's common among people who are not nurses.
However, it's common for me.
I think it's not just the case with Japan, nurses tend to be females.
So we male nurses have to adjust ourselves in such situation.
When I entered university to study nursing, it was hard for me to make friends because I was not good at conversation with females.
And then, I managed to adjust myself so I could survive there.
At the beginning, five male students entered the department of nursing, but two male students left.
I think it means surviving in that situation was not easy.
Therefore, we survivors know how to live in the situation surrounded by people of the opposite sex.
Moreover, I don't even feel that I and other people are other sexes.
Whether I and other people are the same sex or not does not matter when we work, talk or play together.
What's important is to stop feeling that we are of different genders.
That is my answer.