Health The Problem With the "Hip Dip" Trend That's All Over Your Instagram

12:40  15 july  2017
12:40  15 july  2017 Source:   Greatist

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The Problem With the " Hip Dip " Trend That ' s All Over Your Instagram . As a rule, the body-based trends that take over Instagram kind of suck. (We don't miss you, thigh gap obsession and belly button challenge.)

The Problem With the " Hip Dip " Trend That ' s All Over Your Instagram . Pin It Tweet Text. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK Get More Greatist in Your Life. As a rule, the body-based trends that take over Instagram kind of suck.

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As a rule, the body-based trends that take over Instagram kind of suck. (We don't miss you, thigh gap obsession and belly button challenge.) And while it's great that the latest trend of showing off "hip dips"—or the divet some women see in their silhouettes between their hip and upper thigh—celebrates a part of the body often seen as a flaw, we're not crazy about seeing them all over our social media.

Why? Because comparing your body to someone else's is not super great for body positivity. Nor is focusing on and obsessing over one body part to such an extreme degree.

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At the end of the day, though, we'd much rather see women talking about accepting their bodies as is, rather than struggling to reach insane—and sometimes unhealthy—body goals for the sake of an Instagram challenge.

Soooo...let's talk about Hip Dips a.k.a.

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