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Imadethisupwithnoforethought's avatar

Nsfw- Maybe- Do you think Gynecologists make better lovers?

Asked by Imadethisupwithnoforethought (14394 points ) January 22nd, 2013

I just heard somebody say that, and now it is a curiosity for me. I might even claim to be one in a bar.

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DrBill's avatar

If you know the neighborhood, it is easier to find what you’re looking for….

Simone_De_Beauvoir's avatar

Meh, it’s not like they practice sex on their patients. Well, not if they have any integrity, anyway.

bossob's avatar

Of course they do…because doctors are wealthy!

rojo's avatar

No. I have a spouse in the medical profession and I can tell you that they develop an attitude much too callus and clinical toward sexual activity and proclivity.

ragingloli's avatar

Of course, because they like PU-tting women’s minds at rest,
and they like PU-shing themselves to be the best.

ZEPHYRA's avatar

I would say they have had enough of viewing those parts daily and may even be turned off by them!!!!!

Self_Consuming_Cannibal's avatar

I’ve always heard that hunters were the best lovers because they know their way around the bush and they always eat what they shoot. lol

Shippy's avatar

Yes, just like neurologists know how I think better, than anyone else.

ucme's avatar

Which seedy little porn site/movie/mag did that fucking pearl of wisdom come from?

rooeytoo's avatar

I have found many to be misogynistic, they seem to enjoy the power they wield. Based on that I would think they would be terrible lovers. But I must admit I have only ever known about a dozen or so socially and/or professionally.

livelaughlove21's avatar

There’s a scene between an OBGYN and Rachel on the sitcom Friends…

MD: For instance, what do you do?
Rachel: I’m a waitress.
MD: Aren’t there times when you come home from work and think, “if I see one more cup of coffee…”

I think they’d be numb to the sight of a vagina. They look at them all day.

Earthgirl's avatar

I ask you,was Casanova a gynecologist? I think not. Being a great lover doesn’t have much to do with scientific knowledge. It has to do with responding to your partner as they respond to you and building from there…..great lovemaking…I can understand why people compare it to making music together. Improvise, improvise, create…..

tedd's avatar

I dunno about all this seeing too many vagina’s at work that you lose interest.

I’ve seen plenty of porn in my day, but I still enjoy boobs and vagina… especially if they’re new to me! lol

It’s an interesting concept that they would be better lovers, but I dunno how you would go about testing the theory unless you know the lovers of some gyno’s who may be willing to comment.

marinelife's avatar

Not at all.

burntbonez's avatar

Different skills. And don’t forget, according to medicine, there may or may not be a G spot. I’m not sure if understanding a woman’s health issues helps you understand her pleasure issues.

diavolobella's avatar

I don’t think it matters. After all, there are plenty of people in that profession and other professions who are book smart, but lack natural talent. And women aren’t “one size fits all” either, so just because you know where the parts are located, doesn’t mean you know what she wants done with them. Each woman is physically unique. We aren’t machines. I think enthusiasm, creativity, natural talent (and certainly the level of attraction between those involved) would beat out practical medical knowledge any day.

tedd's avatar

Did you guys know that back in the day, like Victorian era… there was a “condition” attributed blindly to women whenever they did something crazy or complained or what have you, called “Female Hysteria.”

Some of the symptoms of female hysteria are faintness, nervousness, insomnia, fluid retention, heaviness in the abdomen, muscle spasms, shortness of breath, irritability and a loss of appetite for food.

There was a doctor, who literally masturbated the women to “temporarily” treat the hysteria.

The woman suffering from hysteria would go to the doctor for a ‘pelvic massage to the point of hysterical paroxysm.’

This is how the first vibrators were made, because the doctors found the task tedious and wanted a machine to make it easier.

http://19thcentury.wordpress.com/2007/12/05/female-hysteria/

Never knew I was a doctor….

Pachy's avatar

No more than proctologists make good plumbers.

majorrich's avatar

If I was a Gyno, lovemaking probably would lose it’s appeal. More like another day at the office.

jca's avatar

No, but I think the position you’re in (or should I say “I’m in”) when I go to the gyn has such potential for fun and playtime…....

majorrich's avatar

I just shudder when I think of all the rotten crotch a Gynocologist has to look at every day. To come home to anything but a pristine, sparkly clean perfect crotch would put a lot of pressure on the wife/gf

rooeytoo's avatar

@majorrich – what constitutes a “rotten crotch?” I would like to be sure of this so that the next time I go I don’t present the poor soul with yet another rotten one.

DrBill's avatar

@rooeytoo
“rotten crotch” is a slang term for women who do not keep themselves clean, especially if it has an unpleasant odor.

rooeytoo's avatar

@DrBill – does the same apply to men, do they have “rotten crotch” because of improper cleansing? or is this simply a female problem?

majorrich's avatar

I am imagining diseases or stuff that might flourish in a warm, moist environment. Sure probably men have it too. But with women, it goes inside to hide for the Gyno to discover. One advantage to having external genitalia. lol.

rojo's avatar

@DrBill: That reminds me of This joke.

DrBill's avatar

@rooeytoo
yes, it is an equal opportunity ailment.

rooeytoo's avatar

@DrBill – thank goodness, I am all for equalism!!!

@majorrich – warm moist environment, you mean as in under a foreskin??? remember it is an equal opportunity ailment.

majorrich's avatar

Actually hadn’t thought about uncut men. You are right there, any uncut’s out there? Out of my element about that subject.

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