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“There are three male midwives in our team and I don’t think we’re treated any differently.

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“Once I was on a home visit and a Jamaican grandma came to the door.

“It’s their choice and I don’t have any issue with that, but it should be an informed choice,” says Mountford, who lives with his wife in Bristol.

The Sex Discrimination Act was brought in in 1975, but it was not until 1983 that male midwives were able to work in hospitals across the country – following opposition from the Royal College of Midwives (RCM).

Richard Mountford trained as a nurse in the early 1980s and was among the first wave of men to work as midwives.

He just couldn’t deal with it – we ended up having a coffee together until I found someone else to take over.” In the few instances in his career where women have point-blank refused to have a male midwife, Offredi, who lives in London with his wife and has a grown-up son, does not take it personally.