#MedBikini is Trending!

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Echo Lawrence - July 27, 2020

The Journal of Vascular Surgery released an article that called out the prevalence of “unprofessional social media content among young vascular surgeons” that means the nurses and doctors have been getting slutty on IG posting bikini pics and various other thirst traps. They seem to think it’s unprofessional for healthcare workers to have personal lives outside of the hospital, they sound like a ton of fun.

Anyway the healthcare hoes got mad that they were getting called out and started flooding social media with their bikini pics and got the hashtag #MedBikini trending, you can see some of the best ones in the gallery below. The pics usually come with a caption about empowerment because nothing says self love like a slutty mirror selfie - its good for your brain, take more! It’s also a known fact that nurses and doctors are sleazy, they all fuck in the back rooms and if you’re a vascular surgeon you’re probably a big weirdo on top of it.

Who the hell has a fetish for cutting off limbs besides true psychopaths? Imagine going to your high school guidance councillor to talk about college options and you’re like, ya well my favorite thing to do is pull off arms and legs, I guess I’ll go into vascular. Lock them up!

Here is what one nurse had to say about it:

It was said in a medical journal that women in healthcare are unprofessional when they live their lives the way they see fit outside of the workplace; ie sharing photos or stating beliefs/opinions on social media. You can be both. I’m not any less because of what I do in my free time, choose to vote for, choose to believe in, choose to wear. Healthcare professionals are held to higher standards because of the importance of their job, but that shouldn’t dictate what you choose to do in your free time. You can be a professional, competent nurse at work and still go drink a beer and wear a bikini. You aren’t any less, and shouldn’t be respected less.

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