As part of a photo shoot for the latest issue of W Magazine, Chrissy Teigen, the wife of musician John Legend, and one of the world's top models, bared (almost) all in a topless pic, which OBVIOUSLY-she's no stranger to-and it's frustrated Instagram but delighted social media fans around the world.
The shoot also features Joan Smalls and Emily Ratajkowski along with a host of other stunning women and is sure to send temperatures soaring.
However, having posted her topless image to her own IG account, the site then removed it citing it went against one of their key policies, but undeterred, Teigen uploaded it again, only for it to be removed once more. I believe we're up to 4 times, to be exact.
On June 29th, she took to her verified Twitter @chrissyteigen to declare:
"The nipple has been temporarily silenced but she will be back, oh yes, she will be back."
The #FreeTheNipple debate has been raging online for some time and in light of Teigen's recent stand against the censoring of womens' bodies, it shows no sign of abating any time soon. The campaign has and continues to have huge support with its underlying message being repeated by the likes of Ashley Holat who, via her Twitter @dametualmas said:
"I want to encourage everyone to stop censoring out nipples in photos. nipples are a normal everyday thing!" (June 26)
You can get in on the #FreeTheNipple Twitter chat or read what others are saying by clicking here.
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