How to Get a Female Girlfriends Image on Instagram
Got a boyfriend on Instagram?
It might be a male one.
But for a female Instagram user, the answer might be no.
According to a survey conducted by the website Glamour, only 11 percent of women have an Instagram account, while 46 percent of men do.
Only 17 percent of Instagram users were male, while 47 percent were female.
Glamour’s survey was based on the questions “What does your Instagram feed look like?” and “How do you like to look when you’re with a girl?”
The results are in.
As you can see in the chart below, women were slightly more likely than men to say their Instagrams looked like the female-friendly images, which are mainly selfies.
But the majority of female users said their Instagram pictures were mostly of men, which is a surprising revelation considering that a third of Instagram’s users are women.
Grammar school student and model and blogger Aishwarya Bhardwaj, who also runs the blog Glamorous India, found that only about 5 percent of her Instagrams are tagged as photos of women.
She also found that a whopping 87 percent of the female Instagram users don’t post any images of themselves on their account.
She said the reason behind this discrepancy is because women don’t want to be categorized as girls in their own right.
Instead, they are just “a bit more shy about their sexuality, or their body image,” she said.
“When we started this journey, we didn’t think that Instagram would be the first place we would have a girl-only tag.
I think that we are not seeing the full picture,” Bhardwal said.
Bhardwal is the founder of Bollywood Style magazine, which helps young women find their true selves.
She said her Instagram is mostly filled with selfies of girls.
“There are a lot of pictures of girls, and not much of boys.
We try to show the more beautiful side of women and girls, but we are really into guys, too,” she told Glamor.
She hopes the survey will help her understand how to navigate the Instagram experience for girls, especially those who have not been through the same thing.
Bhatwal said she has noticed a marked difference between girls and boys when it comes to Instagram.
“Girls tend to prefer Instagram to Instagram pictures of friends and family.
They tend to be more self-aware about their images.
So, they do not always have the opportunity to interact with the public.
Boys, on the other hand, tend to post more pictures of themselves and are less self-conscious,” she explained.