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Cherry Emoji Twitter, also called Hoe Twitter, Cherry Babe or CET, is a fashion aesthetic that centers around being attractive and erotic, but also being very mischievous and bad while doing so. This aesthetic is a movement of sexual liberation for women, without the corporate meddling involved in similar aesthetic Femme Fatale. CET is beautiful, rich, and shamelessly sexual with a red and cherry-patterned theme. There is a lot of overlap with Nymphet and Dark Coquette, as well as Bubblegum Bitch and Bimbocore.

History[]

Cherry Emoji Twitter used to be known as Hoe Twitter (which this aesthetic can still be referred to as such) and was originally created by WOC that wanted sexual liberation and acceptance. Hoe Twitter was a community of people who opened up about their lives and found like-minded individuals who also engaged in being openly sexual.

The original members of Hoe Twitter's tweets were about sexual empowerment and acceptance. They would share McBling visuals and shots of 2000s celebrities, but the true purpose was about making a safe haven for people who were self-identified hoes. After the death of one of the core members of the community - Taylor Crenshaw, known online as Milfie - Hoe Twitter transitioned into Cherry Emoji Twitter, since Milfie used the cherry emoji as her personal stamp/signature. Cherry Emoji Twitter was named after Milfie as a sign of respect, which redefined its aesthetic and started a new era for the community.[1]

Visuals[]

The visuals of Cherry Emoji Twitter are distinct and sexy, usually in the form of mood boards that are mostly pink in color, pictures of girls decked in sexy or pretty outfits while bloody, etc. They can overlap with Bubblegum Bitch visuals. These visuals include:

  • Very sexy or cutesy pink or red outfits
  • Pictures of cherries
  • Usage of feminine colors
  • Blood or gore
  • Drugs
  • Famous TV and book characters with the fashion and character style of the aesthetic
  • Succubus imagery

Fashion[]

CET fashion is either sexual and revealing or seemingly innocent yet erotic. Styles of dress vary depending on the individual. If someone is more covert about their sexuality, they may dress in a more cute and innocent way - contrary to their true nature. If someone if more overt with their sexuality, they may dress in sultry and revealing clothing, drawing people's eyes exactly where they want them to look. It truly depends on the individual though, and with that individual's boundaries in mind.

Common elements of CET fashion are:

  • Lots of cherry prints on clothing
  • Reds, whites, and pinks as dominant outfit color
  • Tight or slightly risqué clothing
  • Summer outfits
  • Usually outfits that show large amounts of skin
  • Red and pink lips, either colored this by lip-gloss, tinted lip balm, or lipstick

Media[]

Books[]

  • Tomie series (1987-2016)
  • Jennifer's Body (2009)
  • Squad (2021)
  • Cherry: A Succubus Zine

Films and TV Shows[]

  • Jennifer's Body (2009)
  • Lolita (1997)
  • Pulp Fiction (1994)
  • Fight Club (1999)
  • Tomie Film Series (1999-2011)

Music[]

Artists[]

  • Lana Del Rey
  • Doja Cat
  • Ayesha Erotica
  • Slayyyter
  • 3OH!3
  • Cardi B
  • Megan Thee Stallion
  • Nicki Minaj

Albums[]

  • horny.4u by Ayesha Erotica
  • Lust For Life by Lana Del Rey
  • Electra Heart by MARINA

Songs[]

  • Cherry by Lana Del Rey
  • Summertime Sadness by Lana Del Rey
  • Summer Bummer by Lana Del Rey
  • Boss Bitch by Doja Cat
  • This Little Girl by Cady Groves
  • Girls Like Us by TWICE
  • Looking at Me by Sabrina Carpenter
  • Yandere by Jazmin Bean
  • Sexy Naughty Bitchy by Tata Young
  • How to Be a Heartbreaker by MARINA
  • WAP (ft. Megan Thee Stallion) by Cardi B
  • DONTTRUSTME by 3OH!3
  • Dirty Mind by 3OH!3
  • Donatella by Lady Gaga
  • Maneater by Nelly Furtado
  • Dead to Me by Melanie Martinez
  • Daddy AF by Slayyyter

Resources[]

Transforming_Myself_Into_A_'Cherry_Baby'_Aesthetic_-_Cherry_Emoji_Twitter

Transforming Myself Into A 'Cherry Baby' Aesthetic - Cherry Emoji Twitter

External links to help get a better understanding of this aesthetic.

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