i mean it's been said on here before hasn't it, but obviously one of the main fashions, innovations, aesthetic things that's been going on in recent years has been manipulation of the body, of muscles and fat, putting your body into one desired shape or another
I would assume so yeah. To me thigh gap seemed like a particularly weird one though, like it was handed down very clearly from on high. Maybe lots of things are foisted on us from the offices of Vogue or wherever but they at least make sense, with thigh gap it just seemed that it was something that could never have grown up organically from real people cos real people are not attracted by a hole between someone's thighs (well, not this hole anyway). And I remember it stuck out for me cos it was something I read about and thought "that's odd, I don't believe in that" and then a few days later I was sunbathing in Hampstead and I heard some younger girls arguing about their thigh gaps - it really felt like it had been created and the word had gone out and then people were suddenly debating it and so on but not really knowing why. Kinda like... you know how on twitter when you can see that the GOP, say, or some group have suddenly been given a new position and it springs up all over the place, at once, in a way that can't possibly be natural.
If you like thigh gaps, you're going to love butt fangs.Out of the frying pan.... thigh-gap always had the viral character of an internet meme. I think this is one of those sad instances where a shift to less top down aesthetic influence (e.g. Vogue) to more democratic, heterogenous and diverse aesthetic 'influencers' (Instagram, Tik-Tok) galvanised something toxic even by the traditional media's standards. A very sad aspect of 'social' media.