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http://freethenipple.com

Free the Nipple is a gender equality campaign created in 2012, after Lina Esco started filming the 2014 film Free the Nipple.[1][2] The campaign argues that women should be allowed to bare their nipples in public

WHY FREE THE NIPPLE?
FREE THE NIPPLE IS A GLOBAL CAMPAIGN OF CHANGE, FOCUSED ON THE EQUALITY, EMPOWERMENT, AND FREEDOM OF ALL HUMAN BEINGS. FREE THE NIPPLE HAS BECOME A PREMIERE VOICE FOR GENDER EQUALITY, UTILIZING ALL FORMS OF MODERN MEDIA, TO RAISE AWARENESS AND EFFECT CHANGE ON VARIOUS SOCIAL ISSUES, AND INJUSTICES.

WE BELIEVE THAT ALL HUMAN BEINGS ARE CREATED EQUAL.

WE BELIEVE THAT THE TIME FOR CHANGE IS NOW.

WE BELIEVE THAT TOGETHER, THROUGH ONE UNIFIED VOICE, WE CAN AFFECT CHANGE GLOBALLY

Social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram prohibit any and all "graphic content" that pictures a woman's areola.[12][13] Chelsea Handler,[14] Miley Cyrus,[15] Rihanna and Scout Willis[16] have each received backlash from Instagram for sharing photos of their chests exposed. Willow Smith also had a post removed because it pictured her wearing a shirt with a pair of women's nipples printed on it, though the shirt itself was fairly conservative in cut.[17] Some have even gone so far as to photoshop male nipples onto their pictures posted on Instagram in order to cover their female nipples. This is mostly used to make the comparison between the two and censorship.[18] When explaining the need to remove nudity, Instagram's CEO Kevin Systrom blamed the rating system of Apple's app store.[19][20]