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Women Are Photoshopping Themselves With Male Nipples To Fight Boob Censorship….

Tired of watching female nipples blurred out or obscured with black bars, while male nips are free to be flashed whenever they please, artist Micol Hebron posted this image and comment on Facebook:

Here you go — you can use this to make any photo of a topless woman acceptable for the interwebs! Use this ‘acceptable (male) nipple template’, duplicate, resize and paste as needed, to cover the offending female nipples, with socially acceptable male nipples (like a digital pasty). You’re welcome.”

Now, more than a year later, Hebron’s image and comments have been memefied…

And women everywhere are using it (along with a little clever photoshopping) to expose the unfair “nudity” policies on the world’s most popular social media sites.

After having this image taken down multiple times, this Instagrammer tried again, with male nipples. And the photo was allowed to stay up.

The brilliant part, besides thwarting social media giants like Instagram and Facebook, is that both male and female nipples appear very similar at such an extreme zoom.

Source: Facebook, Micol Hebron

And that’s the point for Hebron and the women who are taking her idea viral: A nip is a nip, regardless of gender, and both deserve to be treated with respect.

source: eddiesbloglist.rocks

 

And the Free The Nipple movement encourages women to go topless to desexualize women’s breasts.

There’s even a film about it.

Miley Cyrus has been a big proponent of the campaign.

And Rumer Willis, too.

And Rumer Willis, too.

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Instagram says that “currently we don’t allow nudity on Instagram.”

Like this:

“This includes photos, videos, and some digitally-created content that show sexual intercourse, genitals, and close-ups of fully-nude buttocks. It also includes some photos of female nipples, but photos of post-mastectomy scarring and women actively breastfeeding are allowed.”

Facebook similarly restricts nipples.

“We restrict some images of female breasts if they include the nipple,” reads Facebook’s community standards, “but we always allow photos of women actively engaged in breastfeeding or showing breasts with post-mastectomy scarring.”

But until the policies change, these male nipples might have to do.

But until the policies change, these male nipples might have to do.

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