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Madonna slams Instagram for taking down her photographs with uncovered nipple, Leisure Information & High Tales

Madonna slams Instagram for taking down her photographs with uncovered nipple, Leisure Information & High Tales

LOS ANGELES – Pop star Madonna has reposted a collection of risque photographs on Instagram on Thursday (Nov 25) after they have been taken down by the social media platform the night time earlier than.

The unique photographs featured the 63-year-old lounging on a mattress in fishnet stockings and lingerie, together with her left nipple uncovered, which violated Instagram’s neighborhood pointers.

In her repost, her left breast was plastered over with a coronary heart emoji. The racy photographs additionally included a few of her uncovered backside, which weren’t censored by Instagram or lined by an emoji.

“It’s nonetheless astounding to me that we reside in a tradition that enables each inch of a lady’s physique to be proven besides a nipple. As if that’s the solely a part of a lady’s anatomy that might be sexualised. The nipple that nourishes the child,” she wrote in a prolonged caption.

“Cannot a person’s nipple be skilled as erotic? And what a few girl’s a** which isn’t censored anyplace,” added the singer, who had by no means shied from controversy in her profession spanning 40 years.

In April, the mom of six had posted a collection of topless photographs on Instagram, together with her breasts hid by her lengthy blonde hair, which didn’t violate the rules.

As her newest submit coincided with the American vacation of Thanksgiving, she added: “Giving thanks that I’ve managed to keep up my sanity via 4 many years of censorship…… sexism……ageism and misogyny.

“Completely timed with the lies now we have been raised to consider concerning the pilgrims peacefully breaking bread with the Native American Indians once they landed on Plymouth Rock. God bless America.”

She ended her submit with three emojis representing the American flag, a crimson coronary heart and a crimson X image, and added the hashtag #artistsareheretodisturbthepeace.

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