I'm a gay guy and up until now have had a straight male primary doctor. I'm thinking of switching because I sense that there is this underlying unease about him having me as a patient. We established I was gay as soon as I picked him as my primary care physician during a routing physical. I recently came down with a case of clymidia with some buring when I pee and he refused to even examine my penis or discharge. There have been other instances where I sense he is not 100% comfortable having a gay patient. I get the sense that he would rather not touch me. Like insisting that the nurse take my BP and having other nurses do prostate exams. I don't know if how he is with other patients but isn't there something wrong when you have std symtoms and he refuses to check your gentials? I don't find him the least bit attractive and have never given him any cause to think I was coming on to him so I have to assume that he's just not comfortable with gay guys and if that IS the case then I wonder about the quality of my healthcare through a doctor who is uncomfortable with gay patients. He's a nice enough guy but I'd rather just have a gay doctor I can go to who isn't overly PC or uneasy about treating a gay guy and all the gay guy health stuff that may come up. Do any of you guys have a gay doctor and has it made any difference on the quality of health care you get? Is it just easier getting treated for gay related stuff like STD's?