Myanmar doc stripped of med license over ‘racy’ bikini pics, she posts more in face of country’s oppression

A female doctor in Myanmar had her medical license revoked for sharing “immoral” bikini photos that go against the country’s traditional culture.

In 2019.

With rabid feminists chasing imagined ghosts of sexist behavior in the White House, Dr. Nang Mwe San is living the results of actual oppression as the Myanmar Medical Council stripped her license to practice — she had been treating patients for several years — after she refused to remove “racy” photographs of herself, the New York Post reported.

The 29-year-old decided to pursue a modeling career and began sharing photos on social media that highlight her curvaceous figure — curves that should require road signs warning of the impending danger that lies ahead.

In a photo posted on Instagram earlier this week, Mwe San expressed appreciation for all the support she has received amid the controversy.

“Society doesn’t own women’s body. My body, My right. Thanks to all my fans from my country, Burma and all around the world who support and encourage me, I love y’all,” the caption read.

“Here there is so much sexism,” Mwe San told the New York Times.

“They don’t want women to have higher positions. And they judge women on what we wear. They don’t even want us to wear trousers.”

“They told me I have a behavior disorder,” she said of the medical council.

And if Myanmar officials are concerned about Mwe San looking too risque in a two-piece bikini, they’re not going to be any happier with how the physician rocks a one-piece bathing suit.


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Suffice it to say, Mwe San’s followers may need her to write a prescription to calm their nerves over her curves.


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when u cant find the sunshine, be the sunshine ☀️??

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But then, the playful aspiring model seems to have already made that diagnosis, as seen in the caption to the photo below: “too much to handle.”


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too much to handle ?

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As for living in such a restrictive society, Mwe San shared a photo on Wednesday that may have included a clue on what may lie ahead for her — the notoriety she is gaining as a result of Myanmar’s actions is certain to open a lot of doors in the days ahead.

You never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore,” the caption declared.


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You never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore ???

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