Recently, people have been sharing images of their body to help protest against body shaming. Journalist, Radhika Sanghani posted on Twitter a side view of her face focusing on her ‘big nose’. “Lets stop hating our noses for not being tiny, little snubs and learn to love them” -Sanghani. Other people with ‘big noses’ have started posting their own images using the hashtag #SideProfileSelfie .
Breaking the big nose taboo with my new campaign on the #sideprofileselfie!! Let’s stop hating our noses for not being tiny, little snubs and learn to love them by sharing a #sideprofileselfie https://t.co/2WpuNQmqmY pic.twitter.com/hL6mZmYEwZ
— Radhika Sanghani (@radhikasanghani) February 20, 2018
— Grace Leah (@GraceLeah1) February 22, 2018
Ah. I don’t normally participate in all this ‘trending #’ stuff, but I will this time! I’ve always disliked my nose and side profile.
One time I heard a man say that my nose is bigger than his 🍆; well, buddy, I think that says more about you than me! 😂
— Sarah Khalifeh (@__LadyS) February 23, 2018
Back in school I use to get really badly bullied for how I looked. My nose (and unplucked eyebrows) were always targeted.
Only recently I started to pluck my brows and to love my nose. I don’t care what people think anymore❤ #sideprofileselfie #selfie #bullying pic.twitter.com/NivKi3YjRp
— zo♒ (@stubbsuichan) February 21, 2018
Replying to @radhikasanghani tweet about big noses. I’ve always been self-conscious about my nose. Since reading about your campaign, I’m glad it’s something being talked about. #sideprofileselfie pic.twitter.com/OvAQyVOT7i
— Melissa Deen (@melissa654579) February 23, 2018
— Weirwolf (@jon_weir) February 21, 2018
#sideprofileselfie Amazing response to my selfie! After years through my school years of being teased. And working with children who harmlessly told me I had “a really big nose” I always took it to heart. I avoided side photos and deleted others posts of my profile. pic.twitter.com/3OhgRAeBGM
— Endo & Me (@EndoMeno) February 21, 2018