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Cory Booker’s College Football Teammates Tell All!, Life as a Lady Urologist and the Food Men Make When No One is Looking

Maybe I’m a weirdo, but I’ve never been uncomfortable letting a female doctor — urologist or otherwise — near my junk, a situation I’ve found myself in a few times, the details of which I’ll spare you.

As far as I’m concerned, there’s little difference in male and female physicians when a penis is involved. They’re both dispassionate in their approach to the task at hand (so to speak), they both ask you to “cough” the same way, and if they’re anything like the doctors I know who were pulling things out of dudes’ asses on the reg while in residency, there’s nothing in my pants that’s going to shock them.

Guys are lucky that way. Ninety-nine times out of a hundred, the biggest problem they’d likely encounter seeing a female urologist is that her hands are cold — not that she’s going to go all “Larry Nassar” on them.

So for the dudes who somehow have a problem with letting a woman doctor examine them in a state of undress, remember: She might be a lady, but she’s still a professional.

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