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Toppling Trump: Grab ’em by the… selfie? – Sydney Morning Herald

Instead, she is part of a new guard celebrities engaging in the “thirst trap vote” which some say could help build a stronger democracy, in the United States, by getting more people to vote in what many experts are calling the most desperate presidential election of all time.
This is when a celebrity engages the oft-used thirst trap on social media a photo of a person, often in a bikini or shirtless, that makes you pause to encourage people to register to vote. In this case, the vast majority of…

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