What Is The Victoria Paris Effect?
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In this week's episode, we explore 'The Victoria Paris Effect.' A term coined by writer Kate Lindsay, 'The Victoria Paris Effect' speaks to the astronomical growth experienced by a new wave of TikTok vloggers who fit into the same mold— thin, white, pretty girls living in New York City that post off-the-cuff short-form vlogs multiple times a day. We share our theories on why TikTok is prioritising this type of content and consider what the algorithm is telling us about who is aspirational vs. who is relatable. We also look at other creators who have experienced similar phenomenons on different platforms such as Emma Chamberlain. 

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