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The Twists and Turns of PLASTT, the Bendiest New Porn Trend

Enter a world of nudes where naked women try as hard as they can to fit as many body parts into a photo as possible

About two months ago, “Sandra,” a young, skinny brunette with nose and nipple piercings, began posting sexually explicit material to a new OnlyFans account. Hoping to draw subscribers, she started posting freebies to select subreddits, including r/LegalTeens and r/PetiteGoneWild. A few weeks ago, one of her fans suggested she also post on something called r/PLASTT. She’d never heard of it, so she logged on to see what it was all about. 

What she found was an entire subreddit dedicated to nudes featuring people contorting their bodies in bizarre ways to show off their “pussy, legs, ass, smile, toenails and tits” all at once — hence the PLASTT acronym. Community posting rules dictate that PLASTT’s willing female participants pose for a photo featuring at least three or more of those body parts, which allows for some scintillating, even comical experimentation. 

“The level of creativity that some of the participants are able to produce is the most interesting part of PLASTT,” Sandra tells me. “You can scroll through it for hours and get a really good chuckle. It doesn’t have to be so ‘straight-faced sexy eyes’ all the time. It can be playful and humorous but also sexy at the same time.”

Lying on one’s back, legs akimbo and pulled toward the torso is a pretty good way for contributors to assure all six bodily requirements show up in a pic. If they pull it off, they earn a “Full PLASTT” title and a perfect 6/6 rating. Most PLASTT models attempt to execute some version of that pose, though redditor prinsesserose pulled off a Full PLASTT by resting on her side and cradling her bosom. “Lisa,” another user, recently exhibited her artful take on a position called “The Reverse,” crouching on her knees with her torso directed away from the camera, her face peering back at it to show off her smile. Craning her spine like that aided in some tit exposure, too. 

When Lisa discovered PLASTT, which she describes as her “favorite” subreddit to post in, she “found it extremely clever and unique.” “It’s natural for me to always seek creativity,” she adds, “so the pose, or even the caption and stickers to hide my face, is always thought out. It keeps it entertaining.”

PLASTTing ain’t easy, though. 

“When you read ‘pussy, leg, ass, smile, tits and toenail, all in one pic’ it can be fairly difficult to think about including all those elements while also taking a flattering pic in a relaxed pose,” says PLASTT model Miki Blue. She’s been posting explicit content online for two years, and, in trying out PLASTT poses, she’s observed, “A lot of the pics I take that I might consider flattering only include three of [the required body parts], even two.” 

“It’s frustrating finding a new pose!” agrees redditor spoiledbratcat. “Once you’ve taken 20-plus PLASTT pics it starts to become quite the challenge. It can be fun for sure, but also annoying at times, especially when you think you’ve taken a good pic and then you check and your toes are one centimeter out of frame.”

Redditor Surrendertothesound, who, in her profile describes herself as a “PLASTT addict,” says that contorting the body for a spot on the page can sometimes even be painful, but far more rewarding than “a simple mirror nude.” “Surrender,” as she asked to be called, says she’s achieved almost every PLASTT pose she’s seen in the community except the elusive “Spider Man.” 

“It’s exactly what you’re thinking,” Surrender says, “crouched down like Peter Parker in his Spidey suit and showing all six PLASTT parts in the process. It’s extremely difficult, especially while trying to remain sexy, but I do hope to execute it one of these days.” (Another user’s take on the Spider Man required her to dangle from some out-of-frame fixture, her feet pressed together in midair, as the superhero often does.)

That’s not to say she hasn’t already pulled off some pretty incredible feats herself. “I was bored on a flight once and decided to try my hand at a mile high PLASTT in an airplane lavatory,” she says. After setting a timer on her phone camera and placing it on the bathroom floor, she stood on one leg, buck naked, leaned back slightly and lifted her other leg high so her toes and ass would be in frame, completing a 6/6 PLASTT in the clouds

Blue’s inaugural PLASTT, which was also of the Full variety, featured her leaning back on a sofa, her right arm wrapped around her right leg, her left leg bent so as to bring her foot into the frame, just above her vagina. Her profound breasts were pushed together underneath a cute, knowing smile. The photo, where she wrote that she felt “like a pretzel” in the post’s title, has garnered nearly 3,000 upvotes, making it one of the most popular PLASTTs of recent weeks. 

“Alex,” or redditor Alexismachine56, is responsible for the world of PLASTT. He started the page in 2018 and concocted its acronym after coming across a handful of nude photos posted by female users posing in ways that included multiple body parts. Since then, he says it’s become so popular that the community welcomes about 450 to nearly 700 new subscribers a day. In each of the past few months, he also says the subreddit has averaged roughly 2.7 million views. He believes such an outcome wouldn’t have been possible were it not for what he calls “heavy recruiting” of models upon its founding.

“It’s only been in recent months that the models come to the sub without me recruiting them,” he says. Contributions from known internet personalities, like Blue, for example, help boost awareness as well.

Aside from the creative bend the PLASTT posts have going for them, Alex also believes the community’s support for the users who contribute is a key to its success. “I try to maintain a positive environment,” he tells me. “I genuinely appreciate each and every model that posts in the sub, and I try to convey that [in comments].” There’s a standing “Don’t be a dick” rule in the room, Alex says, and he and his fellow moderators “ban negative redditors who troll the models.” 

One of those moderators, “Natalie,” adds over email, “[I]n PLASTT, we don’t judge. And neither do our users.”

That said, the PLASTT moderators do some judging, though it’s all in good fun. Basically, to help keep things fresh on the sub, the moderators frequently launch contests, often rotating through the PLASTT acronym and having the contest winner be the one who showcases that specific body part the best in a 6/6 pose. (Alex says most of the complaints he fields from male users have to do with misunderstood ratings. They’ll include a link to an image and write something like “How can she be a 3/6? She’s perfect!” But a 3/6, of course, only means three PLASTT body parts were in the photo, and isn’t an indictment of the physical appearance of the model.)

As for the models themselves, they tell me new frontiers await. In fact, Sandra says that for her next trick, she hopes to try something completely revolutionary in the mirror. “Maybe try to get a double PLASTT,” she explains. “Two of each body part!” 

Technically, that would be a 12/6. But whos counting?

Well, on PLASTT, only everyone.