Yes, genetics matter.
Your genetic setup is fixed from birth and your potential of bettering and mastering different skills will be within the the limitations of that genetical setup. And in terms of the so popular gluteus of women on social media, it in many cases comes down to the female having her glute/behind from her genes rather than from training. Unfortunately, many of the female fitness rolemodels have not attained their gluteus from a well designed and hard worked training and nutrition routine. It is from their genetic setup. And then they promote 500 BW squat challenges and sell bad training programs claiming that it will help other women to build their gluteus to look like theirs as well.
In my case, I am as always very clear about the fact that I do not do bullshit. I never sell myself for companies and promote things that i do ny believe in or even know is not true. I want to stay real. And so I want to point out that I was not born with a brazilian, voluptiuous butt. Check the last slide to see what i built my gluteus from👉🏽. An ordinary, or in those photos actually very underweight body. I am not saying i have bad genes, because i do not. I have athletic genes and they make it possible for me to become good at sports and develop athletically which i am very grateful for. But the curves, the murves, that i aim to sculpt comes from true dedication, constant search of new knowledge and experimenting with both nutrition and training to find what truly works in order to actually create and build curves out of muscles. So these striations on my gluteus is a way for me to see that i am on my way doing so. It is not well positioned fat nor surgery and definitely not steroids(dont even take ordinary supplements haha😄); it is my sculpture this far. It is muscles, something each and every one of us have the power to develop. With the correct nutrition, training and most importantly mindset. I built this. From scratch. And i will continue build on this sculpture for a very long future ahead, because i am far from done. But even if we are not there yet we should still take moments to appreciate the journey we have made so far (continued in comments)