“They’re just nipples! And we love them!”
So, my question was and still is: what was so offensive about this nonsexual image and what makes a queer nipple (or, rather, documentation of thereof) so dangerous for the Censorship Monster?
Cover your body if you want, or show it off; but never let anyone tell you that your value as a person depends on what you choose.
Here's what I do know: talk is cheap. We repeat the mantra that "breast is best," but we give women few resources to breastfeed beyond a few weeks. We say we care about those with breast cancer by buying up pink products, but those efforts don't do much for those diagnosed with the deadliest form of the disease.
Opponents of the bill charge such a ban violates the constitution by creating different standards for men and women. A spokesperson
I'm really looking forward to the next phase, when the baby starts sleeping through the night. Or wearing oven mitts. Whichever comes first.
I pretended not to even notice the fact that my shirt was literally falling off my body in front of a group of people. I could feel my anxiety level skyrocket. Oh my god. There's a legitimate chance that my naked breast will be exposed to everyone in this room if I don't stop playing right now.
Blame it on the rebellious phase.
Fight back against Instagram's weird rule against female nipples.
I have found that since menopause set in, my nipples think it's below zero 365 days a year. They're just so perky and ready for the day. All the damn time. I have to buy bras with layers of padding just so I don't show my headlights on high beam.