The BBC has reported that a brand new account has “hits the Twitter world” and is “the hottest”.
The account, @moodygrapevine, has more than 30,000 followers and has “spiked to the top of Twitter’s trending topics” in the last 24 hours.
The account’s creator, @mad_moodydog, told BuzzFeed News: “I was inspired to start this account after seeing that there are some very sexy stories about women and girls being touched and lusted after.”
I thought, ‘what better way to share my stories than to share them on Twitter?’
“I just thought it would be fun to have a little fun with people and share my own stories.”
He added: “In a nutshell, I wanted to get to know other people on Twitter, and I thought it’d be a good idea to share stories about sexy women and cute girls.”
And then when people were following me on Twitter it just clicked.
“When you’ve been tweeting for a while, it’s easy to be overwhelmed.”
But when you’ve got someone who’s been following you for a long time and they’re just a little girl who’s having fun, it gets to the point where you want to share your own story.
“Amber Bogle, chief executive of Twitter, said: “Twitter has been growing the number of accounts we accept for inclusion in its Trending Topics area for a number of years, and we’re thrilled to welcome @mollygrapevais with our new Trending Topic team.
“The #mollygrovevine account is one of many incredible accounts to join the trending topics area, which we’re excited to bring to the millions of users around the world who are using Twitter.”
Ms Bogle said the account was created after her “gift to Twitter” and that it would soon be adding more of her own stories.
She added: I love my @mollymoodydogs account and I hope to keep sharing more and more of the girls and girls who I know are so hot.
Our Trending Categories team is always looking for new ways to support women in their own creative expression and we know @moodlegrovevais will be a great addition to our growing community of trending topics.””
In just the last month, we’ve seen the trending topic reach over 4.5 million users.”
Our Trending Categories team is always looking for new ways to support women in their own creative expression and we know @moodlegrovevais will be a great addition to our growing community of trending topics.
“Twitter also said it would continue to make it easier for women to share their own stories and advice.
Amber Loo, chief marketing officer of Twitter UK, said that the account would be added to its trending topics and would be available to anyone who tweets in English, as well as to people in other languages.”
We’re always delighted to see accounts from across Twitter reach the top with our support for the rights of women and we look forward to hearing what new ways we can make it easy for you to share,” she said.
Twitter said it had also launched a new section on its Help Centre for the UK and Irish, where it is offering a variety of services to help women, including help with finding and using dating apps and dating websites.