As I spend most of my time on the internet, I take a big interest in subjects that have a habit of attracting online attention. As I should - it's my job to make people want to read this website. The only issue this raises is quality. Cute cat videos, horrendous mistruths and ISIS propaganda are always going to get views, but that doesn't mean I want to perpetuate the popularity of these extreme forms of media by regurgitating them whenever they appear.
You could argue that a girl like Julia Vin falls into this category of content. Julia is a powerlifter. At a glance, it looks as if her head has been incongruously placed on another person's body. She's both stacked and shredded like a bodybuilder, yet her face looks like it's been permanently filtered through one of those Kawaii apps. Best of all, she doesn't have the stubble or Adam's apple to suggest she's injecting Test into her buttcheek.
Because of this, I think she occupies a rare space in online eminence, in that she's different but not outrageous. She's hench, but not a freakshow. She's cute, but not in any memorable way. She's totally Safe For Work, and if your mum caught you browsing her Instagram (29K followers) she probably wouldn't think you're a pervert.
Essentially, she's the most inoffensive thing to ever attract this much online attention. Props to Julia!