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Genderless Nipples changing Nipple Policy on Instagram

Words by Marvin Maddix

All through life there were distinctions – toilets for men, toilets for women; clothes for men, clothes for women – then, at the end, the graves are identical. – Leila Aboulela

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We’ve all been there, that “We removed a post” banner flashes up on your Instagram account and your still shocked because you know you did it and you knew the rules, but also because there a certain part of you that doesn’t want to be filtered even when it comes to nudity.

 

My nipple isn't sexual, your thoughts are. ???

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Instagram policy Cleary states

  1. You may not post violent, nude, partially nude, discriminatory, unlawful, infringing, hateful, pornographic or sexually suggestive photos or other content via the Service.

 

 

This is clear but whats not made clear is the double standard when sharing male and female nipples. Woman’s nipples are see as nudity, while male nipples stay unfiltered. @Genderless_nipples is looking to change this by posting close up on male and female nipples fucking with Instagram’s algorithm.

 

Sharing:

“NEWS: We just had one of our male nipples removed. Instagram, you can’t even tell the difference between male and female nipples; who could!? So why even bother banning female nipples if they can be so similar????⭐️”

 

 

You wanna be part of our change?! Send us that nipnip!????? (completely anonymous!)

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The Instagram account is in support of #FreeTheNipple campaign and looking to be supported by viewers who can now send their close ups to help the revolution.

 

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