It's all part of the agenda and how to get out their message effectively? Through a medium that is accessed by the majority worldwide. Images can be just, if not more powerful than words, and we pick these up consciously and subconsciously. I used to use Instagram for art, photography works and positive messages. What I found was that the negative effects outweighed the positives. Even when I followed someone who I thought was credible, either they followed someone who was indecent would be on my feeds too. So either way I couldn't filter them out. There was ALWAYS a half naked woman/man showing up at every chance. Then there's Instagram "h0es" not a term I coined but basically they are funded by sugar daddies in exchanged for surprise surprise sexual favors. So they flaunt themselves and their lavished lifestyles through degradation rather than actual work.
Same with these new life stimulating app games that are constantly being advertised. Inspiring people to cheat etc
As for beauty and fashion vloggers, what people tend to forget is that...make up and clothes displayed on the vlogger suits THEM it won't necessary suit YOU. But why spend time watching someone dress themselves up? The whole idea is to trap us into this unrealistic world where people portray themselves in the best of lights while making you shade yours. It is designed to PLAY with your insecurities. The best thing is to rid yourselves of such things.
Lastly, the first Arab woman to be awarded the Nobel peace prize was asked about her modest dressing and she had an eloquent response which I feel is suitable for this thread:
"Man in the early times was almost naked, and as his intellect evolved he started wearing clothes. What I am today and what I am wearing represents the highest level of thought and civilisation that man has achieved, and is not regressive. It's the removal of clothes again that is regressive back to ancient times."
(Tawakkol Karman, Nobel Laureate)
When Adam and Eve ate from the forbidden tree, their nakedness became apparent to them once they had committed the sin and they covered themselves up after that.
"And they [i.e., Adam
and his wife] ate of it, and their private parts became apparent to them, and they began to fasten over themselves from the leaves of Paradise. And Adam
disobeyed his Lord and erred."
If all women dressed modestly like they used to, we wouldn't resort to judgements and comparisons. But thanks to Vogue magazines and all that elite goodness, we are not only comparing ourselves with models, some of whom may even be males. They are mocking us with their feminism and people are still asleep on all this. The red pill is hard to swallow for most.