|This group focuses on a particular part of the femenine figure, one that you maybe heard bafore, maybe not, but it's there to admire: The 'gap' on some women's tights, that often forms a space in the form of a triangle.|
It's a subject that seems to be a sort of a taboo: many men likes it, not everyone talks about it, some women don't even know about it. Entire forums across the internet talk about it, Is it good to have it? Is it bad to worship it? Does women even know that it drives some men crazy? Let's share here our art and opinions on The Lovely Triangle.
Making some points clear
What is 'the gap' or 'the lovely triangle' about: It is the natural formation in a woman's body in the region that comprises her thighs and her superior labia, producing a space or a gap usually in the form of a triangle, but such shap can vary from one woman to another.
Do every woman has to have it? No, every woman is unique and body shapes can vary, independently of her weight, by the way, so there can be slim women who have it or not, and bold women who have it or not.
This group does not objectify women. It was created for only two reasons: to appreciate this characteristic on women and talk about it. Aside of that, we recognize all and every woman just equal as all human beings.
What kind of deviations will be accepted: Photos, drawings and any deviation except literature that shows the gap formed between a woman's thighs, in any variety of angles or posings. Any deviation that shows at least one gap that is considered to be naturally formed.
What kind of deviations will NOT be accepted: Any deviation that doesn't clearly show the gap, or that features a woman who hasn't clearly have it, or doesn't have it at all, or that features a woman in a posing that doesn't clearly show the naturally formed gap, in other words, a picture of a woman with her legs little of wide spread won't form the gap and so that deviation won't be accpeted.
Who can be a member and suggest deviations: Any deviantART member can join the group and suggest deviations to be included, but they will be reviewed before being included in order to check that they meet the requirements explained above.