by Mildred Europa Taylor, at 12:16 pm, February 14, 2018, Entertainment

If you have a sexy photo on Twitter, beware of anti-nudity campaigners

Many believe that a woman’s body is supposed to be sacred. In some societies in Africa, it is considered inappropriate or immodest to reveal certain parts of the body, especially if that act is not meant to protest against abuses of any form – sexual or domestic.

But for some time now, the situation has changed, and it’s even worse with the widespread use of social media. Scroll down timelines of several women, and you are sure to find some of them posing half nude, sometimes in lingerie, or completely nude in outstanding locations, twisting or running around.

These women were often praised for having a big butt, slim waist, beautiful legs and thighs and so on.

As these women continue to exploit their bodies to the world on social media without any modest reason, some people have taken it upon themselves to cover them up.

Kenyans on Twitter have taken the lead in that regard. They are “covering up” semi-nude photos of women shared online under the hashtags #Wakianika #Tunafunika.

What they do is they edit photos of semi-nude women by putting decent clothes on them or basically covering them up in funny photoshopped images.

They target the butts, cleavages and thighs of these women, who are often celebrities and socialites.

The trend has since caught on with other African countries. Here are some of them:

 

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