#FatAssesBreakTheInternet Is Encouraging People to Embrace Their Curves

#FatAssesBreakTheInternet Is Encouraging People to Embrace Their Curves
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Source: kuleczka/Shutterstock

Oh my God, Becky, look at that hashtag.

The latest trending topic on Twitter is one that encourages users to share pictures of their butts — especially if they're big.

It is called #FatAssesBreakTheInternet, presumably a nod to Kim Kardashian West's infamous "break the internet" magazine cover. The body-positive hashtag has already inspired a number of Twitter users to flaunt their curves and strike suggestive ass-poses.

Some people are even getting a little (sorry) *cheeky* (sorry) with their contributions!

It appears that the hashtag was first proposed on June 11 by @_ACE_BOOGIE200, but didn't quite take off until early Friday morning when @HeyItSyri included it in a tweet, along with a bootylicious video.

Just a little dollop of body positivity to start your weekend!

Read more: 
• Helen Mirren Praised Kim Kardashian West for Being "Shameless and Proud" About Her Body
• Teen's Viral Hashtag Is Challenging Western Beauty Standards About Middle Eastern Women
Let's Take A Moment To Remind Everyone That Male Butt Play Is A Good Thing

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Nicolas DiDomizio

Nicolas DiDomizio is a Staff Connections Writer at Mic. Prior to Mic, he was at MTV for 3 years. He holds a masters from NYU and a bachelors from Western Connecticut State University. Contact him at nic@mic.com.

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