Iran is a country in which women have to wear a hijab around due to their religious beliefs. Many of them upload pictures to their social networks wearing their hair loose and beautiful makeup, but it’s considered illegal in their country and many have suffered consequences for doing so. But recently, lots of young girls and boys of Iran have come together, joined forced on Instagram to fight against this.
It’s not the first time we’ve heard of a famous or not-famous person on Instagram reposting or uploading a picture of something that’s nto theirs, whether it’s a photograph, a drawing or anything. We can “sort of” understand (but don’t think it’s correct at all) that people use other people’s pictures in order to attract more views to their accounts. But it’s steal stealing, whether you’re famous or not. And we recently found out that the famous singer, Drake, did something very similar with an artist who had uploaded one of his artworks to the internet a few weeks before.
Making your Instagram account grow can be an extremely tiresome task. It requires time and patience, and you’ve got to do everything right. You need to take care of your account, upload good pictures, keep it active and at the same time interact with all of your followers and other people who’s accounts you’ve come across. But all of this is easier said than done.
Stina Sanders is a well-known fashion blogger and model who has thousands of Instagram followers who admire her for the sort of life she seems to portray on her account. Typical model Instagram, basically. But Sanders wanted to join the crowd of people who are famous on Instagram but want to show the world that not everything that is uploaded to the Internet is real.