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Who said that the selfies photos we posted of ourselves on social media have nothing to do with our desire to scale economically? Well, maybe I would not have imagined it at first, but according to a study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, which analyzed the sexualization of women in social media, the practice has nothing to do with the gender inequality or with female competitiveness.
The truth is that the study showed that the real reasons why women post pictures of themselves on Instagram with a sexy touch, is due to an expression of indicators that indicate desires for socio-economic improvement.
The need to study this issue arose from the concern to know if online sexuality had to do with the oppression of gender or with competition or “envy” among women.
But the results yielded very different conclusions: We analyzed almost 70 thousand selfies with sexy content that were shared on Instagram and Instagram in the United States, scientists noted that most of these types of photographs were related to areas of greater economic inequality.
However, the places where the samples came from had nothing to do with geographies related to female oppression.
In fact, the places where the people who owned the counting were were recognized by a greater consumption of beauty products.
So if you are doing everything possible to have a good job, be economically independent, have your own house and car; then your subconscious is inviting you to post your best sensual angles on social networks.
If you have a question, check out what Kim Kardashian does on his Instagram. Everything already makes sense.
With information of Pajama Surf.