Female breasts, depicted in a non-sexual way, by a female artist, are not allowed. In other words, if women's breasts and nipples are not in service to babies or men, or have not suffered cancer, if they simply exist on a woman's body, they must be covered.
Women in my family had warned me, spouted about peaches becoming spaniel ears and what have you, but I thought maybe it wouldn't happen to me. Perhaps it was a generational thing that - like perms and home owning - would basically pass mine by.
Sykes starred in last night's episode of E!'s reality series 'Botched' where she made her plea to Dr Nassif and Dr Dubrow
Nickelodeon has retreated under a veil of silence after a pair of cartoon breasts was spotted during an episode of Oggy and
Thousands of people across the UK have taken anonymous Breasties (photos featuring only their breasts) - and before you ask
#Brelfies are taking social media by storm after a young mother was banned from a Facebook group for posting a picture of
I get that it's 'Zuck's house and what Daddy says under his roof goes. Don't like it, go rent a room at Twitter. But since then it seems rules on belfies, topless blokes and creepy graphic posts of wounds have all been given the green light and my feed is fecking full of them. And it's bloody grim.
Firstly, I thought well there's no censorship on the models nipples and they are expressed naturally so surely that's a good thing? Women having the choice to not wear a bra and do what they want in terms of their breasts? Then I quickly realised the clear difference between the two.
A ground-breaking breast cancer awareness campaign has been deemed unfit for Facebook, because it contravenes their nudity
WARNING:This report contains graphic images, viewer discretion is advised. Imagine making a career out of inflating your