The 19 Most Important Selfies Of 2016

I take them. You take them. Everyone takes them.

Just a few years ago, selfies were mocked as a navel-gazing art form embraced solely by millennial narcissists. But today, selfies are the de rigueur social media medium, offering us a personal glimpse into the political arena, the human side of celebrity, and the world at large.

Below, the funniest, controversial, and most important selfies of 2016.

This shot of the crowd trying to get a photo with Hillary Clinton at a youth rally in Orlando in September.

This shot of the crowd trying to get a photo with Hillary Clinton at a youth rally in Orlando in September.

Barbara Kinney / Hillary For America Campaign

The "Leo finally got his Oscar" selfie.

The "Leo finally got his Oscar" selfie.

Cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki, actor Leonardo DiCaprio and director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, all winners for 'The Revenant,' take a selfie onstage during the 88th Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre on February 28, 2016 in Hollywood, California.

Kevin Winter / Getty Images

The viral white guys selfie.

The viral white guys selfie.

And they didn't intentionally pose in that perfect line-up, believe it or not.

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