As a woman, I can’t post pictures containing my nipples on Facebook. Facebook’s nudity policy considers male nipples acceptable to publish, but female nipples are considered against their nudity rules unless engaging in breast feeding, with direct mouth to nipple contact shown.
I can technically exist topless in the UK, but as a woman my nipples being visible is accepted only on the vague wording that I not display “intention to cause distress, alarm or outrage”, a distinction that doesn’t apply to men’s nipples.
I can’t post pictures containing my nipple to Pintrest or Instagram either, where as male users of those services can post topless pictures.
Today, I want to answer a simple question. As a trans woman, what day did my nipples begin to break rules, laws and community guidelines?
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