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The bizarre trend was sparked after celebrities including Kourtney Kardashian, Charlotte Crosby and Sophie Kasaei revealed they have lightened their behinds. The procedure involves lightening the colour of the skin around the anus. It's done purely for cosmetic reasons to make the skin the same colour as the surrounding skin on the backside. But, is it worth it?
Traditional cultures[ edit ] Images of pregnant women, especially small figurines , were made in traditional cultures in many places and periods, though it is rarely one of the most common types of image. These include ceramic figures from some Pre-Columbian cultures, and a few figures from most of the ancient Mediterranean cultures. Many of these seem to be connected with fertility. Identifying whether such figures are actually meant to show pregnancy is often a problem, as well as understanding their role in the culture concerned. The best known is the Venus of Willendorf , an oolitic limestone figurine of a woman whose breasts and hips have been exaggerated to emphasise her fertility.