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If you want to share explicit pictures of yourself on the internet, your options are limited. Facebook doesn’t look kindly on exhibitionists and will remove explicit photos and suspend accounts over pictures that contain nudity, or, in our case, screenshots where an alleged 19-inch dick was concealed by a sock. Meanwhile, Instagram keeps passing the buck over to the Apple Store as to why it won’t allow people to post images containing what they consider nudity. In this instance, a female nipple constitutes nudity, but a male nipple does not.

In order to fill the NSFW void, photo-sharing app Uplust is providing a venue for users to post and share explicit pictures. French web developer Quentin Lechemia initially called the app Pornostagram, but Instagram’s lawyers jumped on that almost immediately.

Women comprise the majority of social media users. So, in keeping with that trend, they comprise 65% of Uplust users. Also, 15% of those women identify as bisexual. According to site reps, Uplust is the first app of its kind, in that it encourages users to share their own explicit and erotic pics.

“Because it’s not studio-produced porn, [the site] puts women in control of their bodies, and doesn’t reinforce unrealistic body types,” a rep toldBustle. “There’s also a significant transgender presence on Uplust, which I think is really interesting in light of the Instagram controversy.”

The controversy she’s referring to is Instagram unfairly targeting and censoring trans users’ bodies while allowing cis users to post similar photos.

As it stands, Uplust functions in a similar fashion to Instagram in that users can upload media with which they can then apply a variety of filters. It’s not to be confused with a hook-up app like Tinder or a professionally produced porn-streaming service like Pornhub. This is for regular folks who just want to share the suggestive pics that traditional sharing apps won’t allow. Porn stars aren’t excluded from making profiles, but the focus is on a more democratic system where anyone can share their revealing selfies.

You might be wondering how this app got past the Apple Store and Google Play censors. Well, it didn’t. The only way one can download Uplust is to go directly to the site.

 

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Uplust: The Photo-Sharing App That Encourages You To #FreetheNipple [NSFW]

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