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21-10-2019 17:40:47

After Instagram censored Amber Heard’s nipple, she called out the platform with a topless picture of Jason Momoa

Amber Heard recently posted a photo of herself with one nipple exposed, but it was removed from Instagram for violating the app’s community guidelines. In protest, she posted the same image that was edited to have Jason Momoa’s face and body instead of hers, including his nipple. “I decided to pay homage by replacing it with a picture that DID meet IG’s strict nudity guidelines and such careful gender policies,” she wrote in the caption. She also re-posted her own photo on Twitter. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. Amber Heard recently flouted Instagram’s controversial nipple policy with a shirtless photo of her “Aquaman” co-star, Jason Momoa. Heard had previously posted a photo of herself wearing a blazer without an undershirt, exposing one nipple. But the photo, taken by Matthew Welch for a collaborative project between Interview magazine and Saint Laurent, was removed from Instagram for violating the app’s community guidelines. On Sunday, she re-posted the same image – but edited to have Momoa’s face and body instead of hers. “In honor of IG’s rigorous and equitable Community Guidelines against showing the Female nipple,” she wrote, “and since mine enjoyed the brief privilege that’s afforded to my male counterparts. I decided to pay homage by replacing it with a picture that DID meet IG’s strict nudity guidelines and such careful gender policies.” View this post on Instagram In honor of IG’s rigorous and equitable Community Guidelines against showing the Female nipple ..and since mine enjoyed the brief privilege that’s afforded to my male counterparts.. I decided to pay homage by replacing it with a picture that DID meet IG’s strict nudity guidelines and such careful gender policies. See my stories to vote on which edit you prefer the most ..and thank you IG, here’s to 2019!A post shared by Amber Heard (@amberheard) on Oct 19, 2019 at 8:36pm PDT Heard also posted the original photo next to Momoa’s edited photo on her Instagram story, asking her followers to vote in a poll: “Is there a difference?” The two poll options included, “yes, one is art” and “this policy is bulls—.”In honor of IGs rigorous & equitable Community Guidelines v showing the Female nipple & since mine enjoyed the brief privilege afforded 2 my male counterparts,I decided 2 pay homage x posting a pic that DID meet IGs strict nudity guidelines & careful gender policies #FreeTheNipp pic.twitter.com/kijNTgMAJY— Amber Heard (@realamberheard) October 20, 2019 As Insider’s Rob Price previously reported, while Facebook’s internal guidelines for content moderators allow photos showing female nipples in some circumstances – like breast-feeding photos and political protests – they remain mostly banned.Read more: Facebook bans most photos of female nipples for ‘safety’ reasons, exec says Critics consider the policy to be outdated and unfairly biased, which inspired the “Free The Nipple” movement. Celebrities like Emily Ratajkowski, Chrissy Teigen, and Chelsea Handler have challenged the boundaries of the policy, pushed for greater social acceptance of female bodies, and called on tech firms like Facebook (which also owns Instagram) to end the double standard. View this post on Instagram The actor @amberheard reveals why she finally caved and got on social media 🤳🏼, and why seeing herself on-screen is like hearing your voice on an answering machine—multiplied by 100 ⛓ in bio.⁣ ⁣ Photographed by @matthew_welch. Styled by @karlawelchstylist.A post shared by Interview Magazine (@interviewmag) on Sep 6, 2019 at 9:26am PDT Interestingly, Heard’s photo wasn’t immediately removed when she posted it back in September. After the Instagram account for La Fille d’O – a Belgian lingerie line founded by Murielle Victorine Scherre – reported the photo, Instagram responded and said it didn’t violate the app’s Community Guidelines. The account then launched a targeted campaign against Heard, urging followers to report the photo as some kind of experiment.Foto: The account for La Fille d’O created an Instagram Story Highlight dedicated to Heard’s nipple.source@lafilledo/Instagram La Fille d’O appears to be protesting the selective nature of Instagram’s policy. Photos posted by small lingerie brands – as well as lesser-known artists, creators, photographers, and models – are frequently censored and their accounts suspended, while Heard’s photo was allowed to remain. When Heard caught wind of this campaign to report her photo, she slammed the effort on Twitter. “cool cool – love women supporting women!!” she wrote, re-posting her own photo and adding the hashtag “not your bra not my problem.”#LaFilletEgo cool cool – love women supporting women!! (Btw-Pls let us know when you’re coming out with your chic new men’s lingerie line) #FreeTheNipp #lafilledo #theDisruptor pic.twitter.com/nosybeYegL— Amber Heard (@realamberheard) September 15, 2019 “So ladies, if u ever get nipple shamed u can: a) report other women b) try & organize women 2 gang up on other women who r fighting the same fight c) use ANY of that energy 2, i dunno, change the system u think is so unfair 2 begin with,” she continued.So ladies, if u ever get nipple shamed u can: a) report other women b) try & organize women 2 gang up on other women who r fighting the same fight c) use ANY of that energy 2, i dunno, change the system u think is so unfair 2 begin with. Go #lafillet #lafilledo ! @tilleysong pic.twitter.com/11hinCAqe6— Amber Heard (@realamberheard) September 15, 2019 Representatives for Heard didn’t immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.The post After Instagram censored Amber Heard’s nipple, she called out the platform with a topless picture of Jason Momoa appeared first on Business Insider Nederland.
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