Being comfortable in your skin doesn't mean being naked. Your clothing reflects who you are and how people perceive you. It's saddening that parents seem to have less control over what their kids wear in places like the United kingdom, Japan (Tokyo), Spain (Ibiza), Canada, and the USA(Miami, Florida) etc, where body positivity has gone in the wrong direction.
Young people are influenced by fast fashion and social media, and some upload videos in their underwear for likes and comments. You don't need a porn site to see naked people anymore; just search on get ready with me or try on haul YouTube or Instagram.
This norm is why I'm cautious about young kids having phones, as every industry tries to engage them in such things for profit. Young people expose themselves online, leading to an increase in inappropriate activities and a decrease in morals.
A Nigerian social media influencer and celebrity, Khloe, who shared on her Instagram that she used to feel self-conscious about her camel toe but now feels comfortable revealing it. After reading this, I couldn't help but think that nobody should showcase their camel toe on social media; it wasn't an issue anyone demanded to see. It seemed like she was attempting to rationalize displaying it on Instagram through this rather provocative statement.
People are seeking validation from nudity and dressing the wrong way. People should stop embracing the idea of showing private body parts. Instead, shop for decent and quality clothing. Fast fashion isn't environmentally friendly or budget-friendly. Consider brands like Modlily and Rosewe for modest and stylish attire. You can look stunning without revealing too much.
For example, look at my maxi navy dress with gold accents. It's perfect for various occasions, promoting modesty. Modlily offers a range of modest dresses in different sizes, and you can find discounts too.
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I hope this message reaches those who need it. Share your thoughts on the obsession with nudity on social media especially Instagram in the name of "get ready with me" videos and try on hauls.
Is the rise of revealing fashion trends on Instagram a sign of self-confidence and body positivity, or is it pushing the boundaries of decency and morals among today's youth?