Regardless of your gender, your expectations or your other proclivities, here are some things that you should know:
YOU ARE NOT ALONE
There are literally thousands of intelligent, well educated, perfectly responsible, prosperous and otherwise normal people exploring or expressing an interest in the psycho-sexual appeal of Medical Play on the internet every single day and probably millions more who still think that they're the only one in the entire universe that is interested in Gyno Play, simply because they have yet to discover their compatriots.
MEDICAL PLAY IS A FETISH
In this context, a fetish is a compulsive interest in something that becomes the object of sexual behavior. A fetish is not necessarily bad unless it is allowed to interfere with every day life in a detrimental way. In this respect, Medical Fetish is like so many other aspects of adult life: harmless and entertaining when practiced responsibly and in moderation. Many Med Fets refer to themselves as "perverts"; but, don't take this too seriously. It's just a form of self deprecating humor.
BEING CURIOUS ABOUT MED PLAY IS PERFECTLY ALL RIGHT
You'll find that most of the people in this community are very accepting and will be eager to help or to inform, regardless of your sexual orientation, life circumstance or intention to participate. Being "new" is actually considered attractive; so, forge ahead fearlessly.
MED FETISH IS RELATED TO BDSM AND D & S
Med Play is related to BDSM, Dominance and Submission; but, exactly how and to what extent, is highly controversial within the community. Feel free to form your own opinions on this subject; but, it may be helpful early on to bear in mind that, at least in my own opinion, submission isn't an orientation or a lifestyle. It is a state of mind that a patient may enter into for Gyno Play; but, one that they find inappropriate for other facets of their lives such as work or family. Regardless of the controversy surrounding the exact nature of submission, it is widely acknowledged within the community that it is actually the patient (or "submissive") that ultimately calls the shots in Gyno Play.
MED PLAY IS ULTIMATELY ABOUT POWER TRANSFER
The play doc earns the patient's trust and then vindicates it by understanding and satisfying the patient's deep seated desires. The power dynamic in Med Play is very intereting because, even though the play doc is nominally in control, it is the patient's predelictions, proclivities and desires that really drive what happens.
KEEP AN OPEN MIND
The Med Fet community is very diverse. You may be interested to know, for example, that a very large portion of the community is comprised of bi-sexual and bi-curious women. A smaller, but still considerable, component of the community is comprised of Lesbian women. Together with heterosexual women, probably half, or more, of the Med Fet community, is female. This is completely unlike other adult oriented communities which are, unfortunately, often dominated by men.
MANY OF THOSE WHO ACTIVELY PARTICIPATE ARE MARRIED
Many of those who participate are happily married to people
who are not interested in Med Play. Medical Fetish is 95% between the ears and only 5% between the legs. It is therefore not a sexual act in the conventional sense. For example, many play doctors do not perform the conventional sex act with their patients. Med Play is usually gratuitous, it certainly has no pro creative potential and isn't generally expected to lead to a conventional, loving, long term relationship (although friendship is almost always a result). Med Play can, and often does, co-exist with conventional, otherwise monogamous, sex within the context of a faithful marriage.
THESE ARE JUST MY OPINIONS
They are presented as a starting point for those who are new to Med Play.