More than 100 individuals stripped bare before Facebook‘s New York central station on Sunday, as protest against what they see as control in regards to Facebook and Instagram’s arrangements around artistic nakedness.
The demonstrators lay completely naked on the road, each with enormous pictures of male nipples covering their genitalia. The dissent called #wethenipple was composed and shot by globally recognized American craftsman Spencer Tunick and the National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC).
Individuals from womens’ rights group Grab Them By The Ballot partook in the demonstration. The gathering said in an announcement it was
“challenging the censorship of artistic female nudity by Facebook and Instagram’s ‘community standards.’