Tuesday, January 31, 2023

See It: Naked People In Nature Is The Best New Instagram Trend

Donald Trump and Beyoncé probably don’t share a lot of similar characteristic or life perspectives, but they’re linked by one irrefutable fact: they both have butts. And one Instagram trend is dedicated to showing off of everyone’s wonderful booties in all genders, shapes, and sizes. The account is called @cheekyexploits and it’s a new travel social media trend. It goes something like this: Journey to a remote part of the world, or a hike in nature, and pose with your butts to the camera and your eyes locked on the pretty view.

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The account was started by a 31-year-old London woman who prefers to be known only as “Cheeky.” She had followed an account of one man’s posed butt around the world and became inspired to start her own.

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“I thought this was such a fun idea and my friends, husband and I already had a small collection of photos similar to this,” Cheeky told HuffPost. “So I started the account as a fun way to share them amongst our friend group.”

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“I never meant for the account to necessarily be about travel and certainly never intended to start a trend,” she also said. “It was just a bit of fun and, also, I enjoyed encouraging people to be comfortable with their bodies and participate for the thrill and confidence boost.”

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So next time you see a pretty view, you know what to do: Drop chow and let the world see that booty.

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