A collection of the 3 hottest lewd and nude eGirl cosplays by 3 of the most popular cosplayers in the industry.
What Is An eGirl
eGirls are usually girls who play games online and can be found on either twitter or discord, they send nudes/ thirst traps or even sell them. They can also be found on twitch, the difference between a normal girl who plays video games and an eGirl is that an eGirl begs for money or sells herself for it.
There is also a new species of eGirls found on Tiktok that have risen up. These girls are usually teenagers and think they’re edgy. They wear long sleeves undef short sleeves, sometimes their outfits don’t match but hey if it goes with the eGirl “aesthetic” then..they usually wear vans, beanies, chains etc. Tiktok eGirls are NOT the same as the eGirls mentioned above.
The Best Lewd And Nude eGirl Cosplay Collection
At its core, e-girls amass digital fame for simply, being themselves. Whether that involves pink hair, green eyeshadow with a wing to the gods, or big AF hair clips. Here is a collection of the 3 hottest lewd and nude eGirl Cosplays.
#3 Best Lewd e-Girl Cosplay – Shiro Kitsune
#2 Best Lewd e-Girl Cosplay – Hidori Rose
#1 Best Lewd e-Girl Cosplay – Belle Delphine
E-girls are often described as an internet subculture of emo or punk girls that spend a lot of time creating videos on the app, TikTok. (For a full explainer on TikTok, check out our guide to the content creation app here.) The “Me!Me!Me!” dance is a Japanese music video and yes, it features a lot of bouncing boobs, but still, it’s relatively PG-13. After all, it’s 100% animated.
(For the record, the “Me!Me!Me!” dance was not brought up in any of our additional interviews with e-girls and e-girl experts, so let’s not forget that absolutely anyone can craft a definition on Urban Dictionary.)
Now, if you need more context, Tumblr is both a “microblogging” app and social media platform where users can reblog content or post their own content. It was really popular in the mid-to-late 2010s. Tumblr is most often associated with #personal notes (text notes) or images. The platform also saw the rise of social media poets, which eventually paved the way for Instagram poets like Rupi Kaur, Nikita Gill, and the like.
E-girls often draw comparisons to emo or punk culture and many consider e-girls (and e-boys) a subculture of both of those. There’s also a link to DDLG—Daddy Dom Little Girl—a relationship in which one person is the caregiver or ‘daddy’ and the other is childlike, according to UrbanDictionary.com. Essentially, it’s a BDSM relationship that may or may not involve sex, clarifies.
But though e-girl culture might have a BDSM quality to it and a link to the 2017-Tumblr-meme-turned-2019-Twitter-meme “I’m baby,” very little of the culture seems to actually be about sex. Instead, it’s a look and style that is a nod to a hypersexualized child-like look, but also a nod to anime, cosplay, and other cultures in which that look is appreciated.
Where did e-girls come from?
Many people believe that the e-girl aesthetic originated from TikTok, while others can see the similarities between a new breed of TikTok-ing e-girls and Tumblr girls from the mid-to-late 2010s. However, there is more of a fashion and style component to e-girls that Tumblr girls—AKA girls who reblogged and uploaded Tumblr posts—never really got a reputation for.
Of course, Instagram and TikTok are much more visual platforms that focus more on original content creation than Tumblr, which was mostly reblogging aesthetically-pleasing pics.
“I see a correlation between all punk, emo, Tumblr culture aesthetic, but also with the DDLG community and the camgirl aesthetic,” explains Jessica Fisher, a famous TikTok actress. While she’s not an e-girl herself, she is pretty active on TikTok, so users somtimes mistake her for an e-girl.
“I have been called an e-girl before but I don’t think I have any of the qualifications!” she says. “I don’t have the aesthetic, I just have a TikTok following for astrology videos.”
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