My nurse friend mentioned a discussion that had gone on at her particular hospital on the topic of sexism.
She stated that for female victims of domestic violence, it's common for the hospital to make sure that only female personnel are assigned to treatment. In my mind, I'd say that's a reasonable thing to do.
However, in cases where the victim of domestic violence is male (and yes, such cases exist) no actual provisions are made to shield the victim from people matching the sex of the abuser, whether male or female. It's just whomever's available at the time.
There's been some grumbling about that, but per her, no action being taken about it.
Domestic violence cases are definitely different. The victim should be allowed to request any gender, race, experience nurse/doctor they want. With the trauma they have been through, their mental health and needs should be paramount.
Again, everyone on here thinks the guy is a POS. most would have like to see the hospital tell the guy to flake off. The hospital was trying to diffuse a hostile situation.
She has a right to be pusses. But her anger should be at the man. The lawsuit is nothing more than someone trying to get a payday for something where they suffered zero damages.