10:23:32 PM Jul 25th 2017
Okay, where do all the outrage and the complaints about how impossible these poses are come from? From looking at the pics linked by this article, most examples are just women standing in a more or less erect pose, but looking over the shoulder and with the camera angled about 45 degrees from their back to the side. It hardly takes a contortionist performing spine-breaking poses to accomplish that, despite what the article claims.
06:06:19 AM Jul 26th 2017
Probably the same place that the Modesty Bedsheet page used to be littered with "no one ever does this and movie buy L-Shaped Blankets because it's not like fabric can be manipulated like that."
02:22:44 PM Jul 27th 2017
I think some rewriting of the starting paragraphs and some examples is in order so that the article reads less like someone's passive-aggressive rant, and to reduce the excessive negativity mentioned by King Zeal below.
12:32:29 PM Jan 9th 2017
As much as I have issues with this trope, the examples are overflowing with excess negativity. Just as a heads up, I'm going to try a massive rewrite of most of the examples which removes the negative but retains the critique of the trope.
05:02:14 AM Apr 18th 2014
The image and some of these examples don't really fit considering the description stipulates they have to have their backs twisted so that their breasts and buttocks are both visible, but several of the examples are just of the woman looking over her shoulder.
01:46:19 AM Jul 7th 2012