I'm one of those people who is still annoyed about that tiny but in a way significant detail. It makes Dumbledore more eccentric and off his rocker than he really was. It bothers me, and it always will. If that makes me a crazy HP fan, then so be it.
This actually happened in Athens once. This lady went to Egypt to get her medical eduction and then came back home pretending to be a man and when the percentage of women surviving childbirth went up under her care the other doctors got jealous and accused her of sleeping with her patients, to which she replied by taking off all of her clothes and asking them if they still thought that and that was how Athens allowed women to be doctors