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These Instagrammers are giving #freethenipple a whole new meaning


Here at MP! towers, we make absolutely no secret of the fact that we LOVE Instagram.

As far as lurking is concerned, it’s pretty much unbeatable, and without it, there would be nowhere to boast about certain coffee purchases.

But while Instagram has its many perks, it also has its flaws.

The app gave itself a bad name with users when it started to ban images of nipples from the site. ‘Given the nudity policy, that seems fair enough’, I hear you say.

WRONG.

The rule apparently only applies to women, and if you ask us, that seems completely unjust.

But it’s not just us ‘normal’ people who have had images removed from the site. Celebrities including Rihanna, Miley Cyrus and Chelsea Handler have also fallen victim to Instagram’s strict rules, and let us tell you, they were *not* happy.

Since Instagram’s unjust gender-nudity rules came to light, over 3 million users have now posted to help #freethenipple – pretty cool, right?

And in the midst of this ongoing battle, one Instagram account has found the most epic loophole…CLOTHING. Yep, in order to dodge the app’s nudity policy, clothing brand Life in Perfect Disorder has been posting some pretty epic snaps.

Inspired by the likes of Kendall Jenner and Rihanna, they’ve released their own ‘nipple piercing’ collection, and it is all kinds of cool.

And if you don’t fancy a t-shirt, you could always opt for a seriously cute pink hoodie. 

They even have bodies.

Ruby Rose is even a fan.

Would you dare to bare a faux piercing to help #freethenipple, or do you think we should insist on showing the real thing? Let us know by tweeting @maximumpop.

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Written by Rachel Ellen Pugh

Rachel is the publisher at Maximum Pop! Having graduated from The University of Manchester with a BA in English Literature, Drama & Film, Rachel started her media career working in several different start-ups and newsrooms.

Rachel joined MP! after seeing the opportunity to build the site's social channels, and now likes to shout about them wherever possible.

When she's not managing all things MP!, Rachel can be found chasing strangers' dogs for attention, annoying the rest of the team with Ru Paul GIFs, and attempting to become the Mary Berry she knows she is. And failing.