Want to discuss? Please read our Commenting Policy first. Health-care workers in Russia are calling for better personal protective equipment PPE in their fight against the coronavirus after an unidentified nurse captured viral attention for wearing a swimsuit beneath a transparent plastic gown. The woman was photographed at a hospital in Tula, a city roughly kilometres south of Moscow, according to the local Tula News outlet, which obtained the photos from a reader. Local media reported that she was treating COVID patients in her underwear, but later reports revealed that she was wearing a swimsuit. She was working at the Tula Regional Clinical Hospital at the time, where health-care workers in the coronavirus ward are required to wear PPE throughout their long shifts.
Doctors post selfies posing in bikinis with beers in backlash against 'sexist' study
Female Doctors and Nurses Are Posting Bikini Pics to Shame Sexist Study
Although the study was published last December, it went viral among medical pros this week, many of whom objected to the way it was conducted. As a result, the hashtag MedBikini started trending on Twitter as many female doctors posted their own bikini selfies in protest. Found a selfie in a bikini. MedBikini pic. Very professional neonatologist. Fan of breast milk. Misogyny and sexism.
Sexies In Scrubs
Buying swimsuits while pregnant and in the months following a pregnancy can be… challenging. Buying bathing suits that work with your ever-changing body and allow you to feed the newest addition to your family? Even more challenging. Fortunately, there are brands dedicated to creating nursing swimsuits for breastfeeding moms, and plenty of options on the market.
Nadezhda Zhukova, a female nurse at a hospital in Tula who made headlines in May for wearing swimwear beneath her protective gear, was offered cooperation with the brand after attracting the attention of Zasport founder Anastasia Zadorina. This young, beautiful and brave girl has made a contribution to the fight against the virus. We will invite her to take part in our social programs ZaHelp which we launched in March. Zhukova earned international fame after a photo of her wearing bikini beneath a sheer plastic protective suit was shared on social media.