Jen Selter


Jen Selter was born in Long Island, New York, United States on August 8th, 1993 and is the Model. At the age of 30, Jen Selter biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Jennifer Leigh Selter, Jen
Date of Birth
August 8, 1993
United States
Place of Birth
Long Island, New York, United States
30 years old
Zodiac Sign
$600 Thousand
Social Media
Jen Selter Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 30 years old, Jen Selter has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
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Jen Selter Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Jen Selter Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
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Dating / Affair
James Maslow (2017-2018)
Jill Weinstein
Stephanie Selter (Sister) (Social media personality and fitness model)

Oversexualization and unhealthy body standards are two of the fitness influencers in the United States, May 12, 2023
According to the researchers, social media influencers from around the world are either promoting unhealthy body types or promoting over-sexuality on their Instagram pages. On Instagram, Jen Selter, for example, has 13.8 million followers. She makes videos of herself in which her abs and buttocks are prominently displayed in a sexualizing manner. Brian Johnson, also known as the Liver King, has over five million followers on all his social media pages. He often appears without a shirt to emphasize his chiseled abs, contributing to body dysmorphia in young males.

'Fitspo' culture can drive women to exercise solely to show off their 'sexy' body, expert claims, October 13, 2022
Women posting risqué workout videos under the guise of motivating others to get fitter actually risk feeding a culture of sexual objectification, a male sports science researcher from Sweden suggests. Called 'fitspo' or 'fitspiration' the trend sees athletic women uploading pictures or exercise videos of themselves online under the guise of motivating others to do get fit. Such images and videos are common on social media sites like Instagram, where women can gain millions of followers by posting such fitness content. But according to Aurélien Daudi, a sports science researcher from Malmö University in Sweden, these women are falling into a narcissistic trap. 'Fitspiration captures the essence of the problematic side of social media,' he said. 'Within this culture, there is a great focus on the well-trained, attractive and "sexy" body.' He argued that the true purpose of these posts could be revealed by examining what they focused on. 'The pictures on social media are usually not centred specifically on the training itself, even if the captions often contain clear references to exercise,' he said. 'The pictures instead tend to either show carefully chosen poses or highlight selected body parts.' He argues that fitspiration allows women to circumnavigate social norms surrounding 'conspicuous flaunting of the body as a sexually desirable object'. This, Mr Daudi, argues has been dubbed by philosophers as 'pornoinflation', a trend where increasing exhibitionism, even of 'intimate' behaviour, is used to garner social attention. Social media, with its instant gratification on the form of likes and shares lends itself easily to this trend. The result, he claims, is a situation where women engage in exercise to merely please others with their bodies rather than an internal motivation to  get fit.
Jen Selter Tweets and Instagram Photos
22 Dec 2022

Back at it 💦 Which look do we like best?! 😂 #transition J

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18 Dec 2022