2020; the Year of the ‘Quarantitty’ – We look at the new Facebook phenomenon

There’s no denying it, for most of us 2020 will go down as the strangest and most unpredictable year in our collective memories. We’ve seen total political upheaval, economies and businesses collapse, but – what of the new emergent form of sex work? Well, desperate times call for action, a little entrepreneurship, and a hell of a lot of creative thinking. That’s why I wanted to talk about this new Facebook trend, the bizarrely addictive “quarantitties”.

Where there’s the internet there’s a way

With face to face meetings no longer being an option for pretty much all of us, many experienced and newbie Dommes and kinksters have taken to Facebook, not only to advertise their business, but also to increase the general morale of the people. I mean, who doesn’t like scrolling through their feed to come across beautiful, powerful women worldwide sharing their bodies with the world?? It certainly gives me a boost anyways!

Bod positivity is the aim of the group. (Photos used in this article are stock photos not from the groups)

Groups such as “Let us see those Quarantitties!”, “Quarantitties 2k20”, and “Let us see those Iso Booties!” are fronting this new wave of SW promotion by means of facilitating safe, body-positive, and marketing-friendly spaces. These pages mean we can move freely and both garner extra business and share the love with our fellow SWers. What’s more, the admins and modmins are pretty much all women, and they’re women who won’t hesitate to kick out or name and shame anyone who’s being a dick. You receive an unsolicited dick pic, or someone is flexing attitude toward you – they’re GONE! No backsies, no negotiation.

It’s fun AND full of body positivity

So, for those of you looking for a new outlet, I would recommend giving this a look. Simply join the group, post a good pic (no nips, obviously – coz you don’t wanna get the attention of the Zuckerbot), and then state in your post that your “dm$” are open.

It is early days yet, but so far this seems like a good way to boost our Twitter following and to draw extra subscribers to your OnlyFans account. All of that being said, I think the best part of this new trend is the almost overwhelming displays of positivity and support within these groups. I’m also pleasantly surprised at how many kinksters and BDSM peeps there are out there too. I mean, who knew?!

Have you come across these pages? What do you think? Let us know in the comments section or on our Twitter post.

Written exclusively for Female Fetish Federation

4 responses to “2020; the Year of the ‘Quarantitty’ – We look at the new Facebook phenomenon”

  1. New&Nervous! says:

    Hmmm…. Might have to create a new Facebook profile to join these groups! I love the concept!

  2. Miss Dee Meaner says:

    If it’s a group that you can’t post links in a lot of girls post that they have their DMs open but won’t accept friend requests.

  3. Kinky Katy says:

    some of the groups say you can’t post links though so how is it meant for business?

  4. NewButFierce says:

    I’ve seen these groups. They’re great! The body positivity shared throughout is great! People of all shapes, sizes, ethnicities and gender celebrating boobs and booties. Exactly what we all need right now

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