Kuulsad ja mitte nii kuulsad naised postitavad endast Instagrami mustvalgeid pilte, lisades sinna juurde pealkirja challenge accepted ehk väljakutse vastuvõetud, vahendas CNN.

Tegu ei ole mingi sügava ühiskonda muutva aktsiooniga. Põhjus on selleks palju lihtsam. Naised julgustavad teineteisi postitama endast pilte, kus nad on enesekindlad. See ka põhjus, miks mitmed naised on pildil ilma meigita ja ainuke filter, mida kasutatakse, on see, mis pildi mustvalgeks muudab.

Väljakutse toimib lihtsalt: naised esitavad teineteisele väljakutse postitamaks pildi, mis neile meeldib. Nad jagavad oma pilte pealkirjaga "Challenge accepted" ning sinna juurde kirjutavad teemaviite #womensupportingwomen (naised toetavad naisi) ning lisavad märksõnadena pildi peale naise, kellele nad väljakutse esitavad.

Väljakutse kriitikud ütlevad, et tegu on tühja žestiga, mis ummistab sotsiaalmeedia voogu rassiliste rahutuste ja COVID-19 epideemia ajal. Selle kaitsjad aga leiavad, et tegu on rahumeelse ja toreda asjaga, kuidas teineteise vastu armastust näidata.

Välismaalt on aktsiooniga kaasa läinud teiste seas Gabrielle Union, Kristen Bell, Taraji P. Henson ja Kerry Washington. Sotsiaalmeedia trend on jõudnud ka meile Eestisse, kus mitmed meie kohalikud naisstaarid on samuti sellega kaasa läinud.

Lauljanna Gerli Padar postitas endast mustvalge pildi, esitades väljakutse tütrele Amanda Rebecale.

Liina Raud tegi enda pildi Chicagos.

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#challengeaccepted @crestakrugerphoto

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Lenna Kuurmaa tegi enda pildi heinapõllul ja ütles, et sai oma väljakutse just Liina Raualt.

Kristel Aaslaid särab kaunite lokkidega ja esitas väljakutse juba pildi postitanud Lennale.
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Challenge Accepted @lennakuurmaa

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Marilyn Jurman postitas kolm ja pool aastat vana foto, kus ta oli lapseootel.

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This picture from 3,5 years ago sums up this feel: I allow myself to be feminine. It is safe to receive. I am a woman. I am empowering. I am joy. I am love ❤️ I have received several requests that invited me to post black and white photo. Soon as ai did, I received a lot of letters explaining what is behind this request. It is about raising awareness on the high rates of femicide in Turkey. "Turkish people wake up every day to see a black and white photo of a woman who has been murdered on their Instagram feed, on their newspapers, on their TV screens," saiys @beelzeboobz "The black and white photo challenge started as a way for women to raise their voice. To stand in solidarity with the women we have lost. To show that one day, it could be their picture that is plastered across news outlets with a black and white filter on top." Also Cristine Abram told for the The New York Times that the spark that led to the resurgence of the hashtag challenge was Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's recent speech in the House of Representatives—in which she lambasted fellow Representative Ted Yoho of Florida for calling her a "fucking bitch" on the steps of the U.S. Capitol. Whatever the real reason is. I think it is super important to support and educate each other. So thank you who sent me love and also the ones who educated me. ☝️❤️✌️ #blackandwhite #challengeaccepted #womensupportingwomen #mensupportingwomen #istanbulanlaşmasıyaşatır #blackandwhitechallenge #bodypaintings #bodypaintingpregnant #yogapregnancy #empowerment #yoga #yogathoughts #yogainestonia #estonianyoga #yogaintallinn #tallinnyoga #northernyoga #balticyoga #scandinavianyoga #traumaawareyoga #traumasensitiveyoga #yogapsychology #yogaandpsychology #yogaforwomen #traumahealing #yogamental #mentalhealthyoga #pregnancyyoga #pregnancyempowerment #pregnancyphotoshoot

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Kristiina Heinmets postitas 22 aasta taguse foto.

Inga Lunge leiab, et tema ümber on väga palju tugevaid naisi.