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'Bikini bridge' selfie photos signal disturbing trend
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Kayla Santilli now loves what she sees in the mirror and does not want to change her body. When Kayla Santilli heard about the current body image trend, bikini bridging, she was horrified. Only now is she learning to overcome her insecurities. Seeing young women like herself unduly influenced by harmful body trends upsets her. Social media accounts show women with thinner legs, flatter stomachs, and protruding hip bones as the new beautiful. But it seems now more than ever that women are turning to unhealthy practices to achieve these features. Santilli, a year-old human resource management student, recalls harbouring insecurities about her own body, and these doubts intensified when she entered an all-arts high school.
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Sexiest Bridge Girls on Twitter: "Our profile pic! The BikiniBridge How the 'bikini bridge' went from online prank to body obsession Social media, the 'bikini bridge' and the viral contagion of body ideals.
Follow CanoeLifestyle. Move over thigh gap - looks like the bikini bridge is the next thinspiration, thanks to a prank campaign. The body bridge features a super flat stomach flanked by jutting hip bones. When lying down, this creates a space between your bikini bottom and concave stomach. What started as a hoax is providing endless unhealthy selfie possibilities and experts are worried about impressionable young women starving themselves for the coveted caved-in look, ramping up eating disorders and online fat-shaming.
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