Bikinifotos von Ärztinnen erobern das Netz

20.000 Beiträge von freizügigen Frauen sind unter #medbikini online. 

Mit einer aufsehenerregenden Aktion antworten weltweit zigtausende Frauen auf eine Studie, die Bilder von Chirurginnen in Bikinis oder "provokanten" Halloween-Kostümen als unprofessionell einstuft.

 
 
 
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#Repost @mackenzierose90 with @bikinimed @bikinimed #medbikini ・・・ •R E P O S T• by @drcandysurfvival• “Female doctors, nurses, NPs/PAs, all healthcare professionals - we can wear a bikini, a dress, or we can wear scrubs. This does not change how good we are at being a healthcare provider. We can wear WHATEVER we want on our free time, and still save your (and in my case, also your baby’s) life. Sexism in medicine is alive and well. But we won’t let that stop us. In this ridiculous article published in a well respected medical journal, the vascular surgery authors sought out to determine how many vascular surgeons had participated in what they state is “inappropriate social media behavior”, which they defined as FEMALES IN BIKINIS - BUT GET THIS: NOT MEN IN BATHING SUITS. Other topics considered “inappropriate” were Halloween costumes, gun control, and politics. The “study” was written by three men who created fake social media accounts to spy on applicants. Women in medicine: whether you’re a nurse, medical student, resident, an attending, post your favorite bikini pic/dress pic/Halloween pic/anything and tag @drcandysurfvival and #medbikini. We have to drown out the sexism in medicine and keep it moving. It’s 2020 people. Sexism is cancelled.” • @drcandysurfvival YOU ARE MY HERO ????❤️??. • #medbikini #drbikini #morristownmedicalcenter #hospital #morristown #newjersey #registerednurse #nightshift #nurse #laboranddeliverynurse #miami #florida #scrubs #bikini #sexism #womensupportingwomen #drcandysurfvival #womeninmedicine #boatday #portraitmode #huntersofhappinesspreset

Ein Beitrag geteilt von Med Bikini (@bikinimed) am Aug 1, 2020 um 9:02 PDT


Untersucht wurde unter dem Titel "Prävalenz unprofessioneller Social-Media-Inhalte bei jungen Gefäßchirurgen" die Social-Media-Präsenz von 480 graduierten Praktikantinnen.  Wegen der heftigen Gegenreaktionen wurde die Studie nicht publiziert.

Nachdem die Publikation im Netz allerdings weite Verbreitung fand, machten Ärztinnen ihrem Ärger Luft und stellen aus Protest unter dem Hashtag #MedBikini Bikini-Bilder online.

 
 
 
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Oh don’t mind me. I’m just here messing up my Instagram theme to show you that doctors CAN be professional and wear bathing suits. The double standard is so real! ⁣ ⁣ I am an OB GYN standing in solidarity with female vascular surgeons.⁣ ⁣ A recent study deemed female physicians rocking bathing suits as unprofessional for social media. And I quote from the article “inappropriate attire includes provocative poses in bikinis/swimwear.” Typical sexism and misogyny in medicine. Please tell me how bathing suits equal unprofessionalism. ⁣ ⁣ Let me tell you something, I will rock a bathing suit on Sunday and come in Monday to do your C-section and Tuesday to do your hysterectomy... As a professional.⁣ #medbikini ⁣

Ein Beitrag geteilt von Nicole Sparks, MD (@nicolealiciamd) am Jul 24, 2020 um 5:03 PDT

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