The latest social media challenge to take the internet by storm is ChallengeAccepted in which women from across the globe are posting black and white selfies photos of themselves. Many of the posts also include the hashtag WomenSupportingWomen. With over 5 million entries on Instagram alone, the challenge is spreading quite rapidly and aims to spread positivity during the pandemic. A participant can nominate as many women they want, through private messages.
The black and white selfie challenge isn't about 'women supporting women'
Women are posting black and white glamour shots on Instagram tagged ChallengeAccepted as a chain mail-style display of female empowerment, though some are pushing back on the trend—saying it lacks impact. Women are posting black and white glamour shots to Instagram tagged ChallengeAccepted for female The hashtag has over 4. The idea is that women post flattering black-and-white photos and tag other women, prompting the tagged users to do the same as a display of feminism and solidarity. It seems the ChallengeAccepted movement is the latest viral variant of activism. The black-and-white portraits come about a month after the similarly criticized BlackoutTuesday movement, where users posted black tiles to their Instagrams in solidarity with protests for racial equality and the calls to end racist police brutality. BlackoutTuesday garnered
All About The 'Women Supporting Women' Selfie Challenge Celebs Are Doing on Instagram
The latest example is a revival of ChallengeAccepted. The idea is for women to post lovely black and white photos of themselves on Instagram and tag a female friend to do the same - thereby supporting the "sisterhood". Here's the thing, though. A post shared by Jennifer Garner jennifer.