‘Hidden History’ Of Boob-Twerking Is Revealed By Sara X
‘Traditional’ twerking as Sara X calls it has had its time, now is the age of boob-twerking. But so few people understand the history of this pastime activity.
Having teamed up with Playboy Sara takes us through the history of her art form and the careful selection process behind each song.
She demonstrates that you can’t just throw any old song over the top and hope for a polished performance, backing songs must have the right tempo and rhythm to match the ‘timeless’ act. That and be rights free of course.
The parody video has arrived swiftly following the announcement that Playboy will no longer include full nudity in the magazine, demonstrating that they are capable of producing entertaining content in keeping with the ever-changing times.
There is a serious history behind Sara’s rise to internet fame, and sadly it includes the all too common tale of disproportionate abuse from web users who hide behind their computer screens.
In a blog post she explains that in the wake of her original boob-twerk video she received more abuse than she ever had whilst working in adult entertainment.
I stopped reading the comments section of the video after reading some of the more horrible ones the first afternoon, but I know I’ve definitely been called a whore and a slut and an attention whore far more times than I ever was when I was actually in an adult industry. Mostly the people who have negative things to say about my character, or my presumed profession, past profession, and life decisions don’t get that the video is meant to be humorous, and operate under the assumption that I just wanted to show the world my boobs.”
Only a few people have messaged me death threats; overwhelmingly, the response is positive, and I’ve raised money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, and I am always pleased to hear from people who message me saying that they too are trying to flex their boobs.”
Fair play, it’s harmless and she’s done some good with it.
I wonder what the next level after drones will be?