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Not every social media challenge is a great idea. That includes the new TikTok silhouette challenge which is being discouraged by women who warn that the trend is being used by men to gawk at naked women.

The original trend entails placing a red filter over a clip of oneself gyrating naked or semi-nude so it appears as if their shadow is dancing seductively, like animation in a Bond film’s opening credits. However, social-media opportunists have discovered how to remove the filter, thereby revealing the poster’s bare-naked or partially clad bodies. They’ve also posted tutorials on YouTube and elsewhere showing fellow voyeurs how to follow suit.

A TikTok user warns challenge participants to be “cognizant of what you’re wearing before you do all the editing for the final product.” The self-proclaimed photographer also posted a follow-up video in which she refuses to demonstrate the silhouette challenge and instead posts comments from outraged commenters.

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Men are currently removing the vin rouge red filter from the silhouette challenge. This is readily happening across...

Posted by Danyelle Thomas on Saturday, January 30, 2021