A picture young rural men rarely see

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A picture young rural men rarely see

Talking about the tradition of Cambodian women, clothing is very important and women should remain modest. However, everyone would like to dress modern and stylish to attract attention from others.

Facebook is a worldwide media network and makes it so easy to share pictures and information with others. Therefore, we do not know why the girl who shows herself in countryside-style bathing attire shared her picture on Facebook. Domneng Huschet posted this picture with the status “I am a country girl.”

The picture of the beautiful girl preparing to bathe has received more than 6,000 likes and 300 shares.

One Facebook user, Sunny Muth, commented, “You are very beautiful. Love the picture.”

Newport Pov is not different from Sunny and she commented,“Looks so perfect; I love that style.”

On the other hand, there are many criticism comments on this picture.

Heng Narith said in a comment, “She is so beautiful, but she should be careful.”

Also, Narong Tyler said, “Wow! It is sexier than a miniskirt and I’ve never seen a Cambodian girl showing themselves taking a bath!”

Thoeurn Phai: “If you are from the countryside, please help to take care of our culture. A Cambodian child should never show themselves taking a bath to others.”

No one could ban someone from posting pictures like that. All they can do is just give thoughtful advice and raise awareness. Hence, before posting something on social media, think about your reputation and how your post could affect others.

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