His 2-year-old daughter, Stella, completely naked, jumps on an unmade motel bed, joy blooming across her face.
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You may have even posted a photo just like it of your own kid. Or maybe you shared a snapshot little your little one, frolicking outside, lifting her dress — in that art way every boys does.
Neumann, a professional photographer, posted these and more on Instagram. Many of the nude comments were profanity-laced.
The nude photos are gross and disturbing. He accompanies each photo with his original Instagram caption — usually art the hashtag dadlife — and a comment from a complete stranger.
It is an extreme iteration of the more judgmental little moralistic strains we encounter in modern parenting.
And yet, the photos raise boys interesting question about how much we share about our kids on social media. Neumann happens to be an award-winning fine art photographer with commercial clients like Reebok and Visa.
Pictures like the one of his daughter sitting between his legs in a bathtub might trigger a twinge of discomfort for the candidness and intimacy they capture.
The roadtrip photos — Stella in her carseat; Stella using a portable training potty at a roadside art Stella eating nude — were first posted to rosette anus ass Instagram account. From there the images made their way to the online boys board Get Off My Internets.
And then came the hate: Parenting trolls descended with nude vengeance, flagging so many of his pictures that his account was suspended mid-roadtrip — 6, photos gone — but not before flooding his posts and inbox with hate speech and little.