Radhika Sanghani, the jounralist behind the hashtag #SideProfileSelfie
After the classic selfies or the Saggy Boobs Matter, which celebrates the drooping breasts, here's the Side Profile Selfie. This new hashtag that blossoms on Twitter aims to help users to assume their nose, whether big, small, hunchbacked, trumpet or aquiline.
At the origin of this movement, the journalist Radhika Sanghani. This English girl who works for the BBC has signed a podium in the magazine Grazia UK on the nose, in all their forms. "In our society, big noses have been a taboo for far too long," she said. Thank you Hollywood. While there are many men with wide noses, there are only a handful of famous women with strong profiles. I grew up thinking that I could not be beautiful unless I had a nose to Kate Middleton or Mila Kunis. And I know that other women have had the same thought. "
– Radhika Sanghani (@radhikasanghani) February 20, 2018
With the hashtag SidePofileSelfie, which means in French the selfie of profile, Radhika Sanghani wants to flood the social networks of photos of nose to break the taboos. "It may sound innocuous but it helps to build self-confidence. It's also a way to encourage those who are not yet brave enough to post a #SideProfileSelfie, "said the young woman. The Inrokuptibles as well as the magazine She speak of a "positive body momentum".
Many men and women responded to the call by proudly posing in profile. "It's a rock! It's a pic! It's a cap! … ", like Cyrano de Bergerac, who enjoys his ugly nose, some web users took the opportunity to talk about their complex or to tell the teasing suffered because of their nose.
– hana (@h_annafreud) February 21, 2018
Nasty nose, nasty nose, nasty nose, nasty nose, nasty nose, and I like it pic.twitter.com/m037yTbRUp
– Any (@AnahiBrizuela) February 21, 2018
– Bevis Musson (@bevismusson) February 21, 2018
– sarah 21 (@hvrrystyIes) February 24, 2018