The NakedSelfie network just got a little bit sexier today.
Model and Instagram celebrity Jessa Hinton (you can check out her sexiest photos here) has announced that she will join MAJR Media and will lend her services to the company's new M-Rated (mature content) social media photo-sharing platform, NakedSelfie, when it launches later this summer.
Hinton will serve as an Owner and Creative director of the new social media network that will allow people to discover and follow the hottest influencers on the web while not being bothered by pesky content restrictions that exist on other mobile platforms.
Another owner of the company happens to be the one and only Ryan Astamendi. As a beauty, glamour and portrait photographer, Ryan, who used to work for Disney as a Character Artist and has more recently done photo shoots for the company, has had his photos featured in publications worldwide. On top of that, Ryan also has extensive experience photographing a majority of the top Instagram models that are currently killing it in the business. With expertise and talent both in front of and behind the camera running the show at NakedSelfie, you know this company is in good hands.
Jessa described her excitement to join the company in a statement yesterday afternoon:
"People today want more creative control over their content and the ability to express themselves with more freedom. I am very excited to be part of the ownership group and look forward to my role as Creative Director."'
Hinton explains she felt compelled to lend her talents to the photo-sharing platform after watching so many people become unfairly targeted and flagged by social media watchdogs:
perfect example of this happened just the other day when Instagram
deleted, for the second time, Chrissy Teigen's topless photo, and before
that it was Miley Cyrus, Chelsea Handler, and Rihanna. There are many
other people who have had their pictures, or even entire accounts,
deleted due to so-called inappropriate content."
And, according to the company's founder and Chief Brand Officer, Andrea Soni, the new social media network will provide an alternative to adults who are looking for a way to express themselves:
"We believe that Chrissy Teigen's photo is art and that it is beautiful. We understand the community guidelines of Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook given the age of some of their users. Photos like this may be inappropriate for 13-year-olds, but that doesn't make it an obscene photo. We believe that a platform for a mature demographic is the answer."
On the new photo-sharing platform, users will be allowed to "GoPublic" with their steamiest selfies. However, the press release goes on to caution that full frontal nudity will not be allowed (and will be enforced by human moderators and proprietary algorithms). Conversely, users will also be given a private option (GoPrivate) where they can share photos securely with friends.
In addition, Jessa and MAJR Media will be partnering alongside other Instagram influencers to develop GoVIP subscription channels, which will allow users exclusive access to content that would normally not be given to followers on other platforms!
Although the NakedSelfie social network doesn't officially release its beta version until the summer, invitations for the platform can be reserved at NakedSelfie.com on your phone. Go ahead, what are you waiting for?