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Women Are Warning About TikTok’s “Sickening” Silhouette Challenge




  • Several women are warning about TikTok’s Silhouette Challenge.
  • According to @lostvsnryshots, some are intentionally removing the silhouette effect so women have to be very cautious about doing the challenge.
  • On Facebook, Danyelle Thomas slammed those who have been blaming the victims but are “going through extraordinary lengths to be creepy” at the same time..

The Silhouette Challenge has been gaining popularity on TikTok lately, with many women joining the trend and posting their own videos. In the said challenge, women – who are only wearing lingerie or are fully naked – show their body’s silhouette by using a red filter.

Initially created to empower women and encourage them to celebrate their bodies, some are now warning about the possible risks of doing the challenge. Besides, numerous tutorials about how to remove the silhouette effect have recently been spotted on YouTube, Twitter, and Reddit.

Women doing the Silhouette Challenge should be extremely cautious…

In a TikTok video, user @lostvsnryshots encouraged women to be mindful about actually doing the challenge.

The professional photographer pointed out:

“Just make sure you’re being cognizant of what you’re wearing. Anyone can easily take those images and revert them back to the original.”

“There are people out there who will take those extra steps to make your life hell,” she also added in another video.

Some commenters described the act as “sickening.” Others thanked @lostvsnryshots for warning female TikTok users.

Meanwhile, Facebook user Danyelle Thomas slammed men who have been reverting videos and then eventually blaming women for it.

She wrote:

“Men are currently removing the vin rouge red filter from the silhouette challenge…

“When reminded that this is gross, creepy, and non-consenting, men respond that women are always finding ways to make themselves victims and they shouldn’t have been naked on the internet.

“Yes, the same men going through extraordinary lengths to be creepy are finger wagging women about what they shouldn’t put on the internet.”

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