Women support women in ‘Challenge Accepted’ photo campaign on Instagram and Twitter. Women are posting black and white selfies to show appreciation for other women using the hashtags #ChallengeAccepted and #WomenSupportingWomen.
If you scroll down your Instagram feed or or check Twitter account in the last few days, you’ll have come across black-and-white pictures of women, posting selfies or photos with their faces, with the hashtag, #ChallengeAccepted. Here’s you know what is Hashtag Challenge Accepted
The hashtag has seen people from famous celebrities, your immediate friends, and a much larger network participate in it. The viral campaign is a way for women to show off their appreciation for other women who inspire and support each other.
More than 3 million photos have been posted with the #ChallengeAccepted or #WomenSupportingWomen hashtags.
The caption to these filtered photos are minimal. They’re usually thanking someone for nominating you to the challenge, a line or two about the initiative, of women supporting women, and followed by the hashtag: #ChallengeAccepted.
What is Hashtag Challenge Accepted?
The Challenge Accepted campaign is a way for women to support one another and celebrate themselves. The challenge consists of women posting a black and white picture of themselves, using the hashtag #WomenSupportingWomen and including a thank you to the woman who nominated them.
Women are then nominating one woman (or more) privately in their direct messages to post their own black and white selfie, with a supporting comment or two about the importance of female friendships and sisterhood.
The movement may have been heightened by the recent vile comments of an American politician against US Congress representative, Alexandria Occasio Cortez, where he called her “a f**king bitch.”
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