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A gender studies researcher, Theresa de Langis, told the Post that 'something like this has a chilling effect, not only on her, but on women in general who are hoping to express themselves.'The culture ministry was adamant it had behaved properly.

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A Cambodian actress has been banned from making any new movies for a year because the country's cultural bosses say she is 'too sexy'.Besides, in addition to all of your favourite models, you will find thousands of new girls who look forward to meeting you!You can log in to your account using your valid username and password.The Ministry's code of conduct aims to promote the 'preservation, maintenance of arts, culture, tradition and the identity of the nation' and 'prevent any negative effects of the arts and tradition of the nation.'Now, for the next 12 months, Miss Kwan must not step in front of any movie camera - a punishment that has caused outrage among freedom and women's groups in the country.The gender equality group Gender and Development Cambodia, hit out at the ministry's decision on both ethical and legal grounds.'For me, I think that the ministry should not do that to her because she has the right as there is no policy or law to prohibit what people wear,' said Ms Ros Sopheap, the group's executive director.

A Cambodian actress has been banned from making any new movies for a year because the country's cultural bosses say she is 'too sexy'.

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The Ministry's code of conduct aims to promote the 'preservation, maintenance of arts, culture, tradition and the identity of the nation' and 'prevent any negative effects of the arts and tradition of the nation.'Now, for the next 12 months, Miss Kwan must not step in front of any movie camera - a punishment that has caused outrage among freedom and women's groups in the country.

The gender equality group Gender and Development Cambodia, hit out at the ministry's decision on both ethical and legal grounds.'For me, I think that the ministry should not do that to her because she has the right as there is no policy or law to prohibit what people wear,' said Ms Ros Sopheap, the group's executive director.

Ms Sopheap said the ministry was violating the UN's Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discriminatiion Against Women.