Chernobel’s pregnant woman silhouettes feature a pregnant man in a bikini and a pregnant women in lingerie and stockings, both of which seem to be suggestive of pregnancy.
In an interview with The Australian, Chernoby explained: “We’ve been working with the brand to make sure it feels sexy for the public, so we’re not going to get too caught up in the fact that we’ve got a pregnant female silhouette on the label.”
The brand’s promotional material suggests that this is all about Chernobys desire for privacy and not a sexual reference.
This image has since been deleted.
“I’ve always had a big fetish for men in lingeries and underwear, so when we were working on this silhouette we thought, ‘Well, why not a sexy looking man in lingerys underwear?’,” Chernobly said.
Chernobley’s Instagram account has more than 100,000 followers. “
We wanted to make the silhouettes as sexy as possible for our female fans and the whole brand, so that they’re comfortable with it.”
Chernobley’s Instagram account has more than 100,000 followers.
However, the company is not commenting on whether the silhouette has any connection to the company’s recent controversy over the “naughty” word “fucking” being used in a photo.
“As the brand and the company have become more popular over the last year, we’ve seen an increase in the use of ‘fucking’ on our Instagram account,” Chernys spokesperson said.
The “nudity” image, which has been shared more than a million times, has sparked outrage among many.
The hashtag #NudityIsNotNudifying has been used to demand the removal of the “fisting” image.
“There are definitely people out there who feel offended by ‘nudifying’ their bodies,” a user on Twitter wrote.
“They want to feel more empowered in their own skin and their bodies.”
Chernies spokesperson said that the “tolerance and respect” that it has received is a reflection of its values, rather than any connection with its use of the word “nudge” in a previous Instagram post.
“The brand has always been about giving back to the community and supporting those who have gone through the struggles and hardships of living with HIV,” she said.