Silhouette means the shape or outline of an object filled with a solid color.
As the name suggests, the Silhouette Challenge is achieved through the use of red light.
The concept is quite simple: It involves posing in a doorway, dressing up and dancing to “Put Your Head on My Shoulder” by Paul Anka, and then suddenly transforming into a dark silhouette against a red background dancing to “Streets” by Doja Cat.
The challenge, which started on TikTok, has spread like wildfire across virtually all social media, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.
The hashtag #silhouettechallenge already had a huge 91 million views on the app and went viral within a few days.
The Silhouette Challenge is about getting n***d under a filter.
I was in a WhatsApp group when someone shared a compilation of the #SilhouetteChallenge, and I was shocked at how extreme people, especially women, can go. Some videos didn’t filter properly because I literally saw their undress.
Before I know it, my Facebook friends are also posting theirs and a microcosm on their WhatsApp status.
What the Bible says:
“Stop imitating the ideals and opinions of the culture around you, but let the Holy Spirit transform you inwardly by completely reshaping your thinking. This will enable you to know God’s will and live a beautiful life, satisfying and perfect in His sight.” – Romans 12:2.
We are like strangers in the world. We are born into it, but we do not belong to it. The world should emulate us, not the other way around.
Even if other Christians do, that should not mean that you should too. We are called to be like Christ, not like other Christians.
Women, you are not to show your nakedness to get men’s approval.
Desist from such things.