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Dozens of people stripped off outside Facebook's New York offices as part of an art installation protesting against a ban on nudity on Facebook and Instagram. Artists say that Facebook's strict nudity policy is preventing them from sharing their work online. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Dozens of naked models gathered outside Facebook's office in New York on Sunday as part of an art installation that protested Facebook's ban on nudity. Facebook has a strict ban on nudity on its own platform as well as Instagram. Some artists complain that this prevents them from sharing their work online. Museums and galleries are constrained when even promoting exhibitions featuring nudes," the NCAC wrote in a press release for the event.
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Characters find themselves locked out of their domiciles, which would make for a considerably less socially awkward situation if not for their also being nude. Note that the characters in question don't necessarily have to be naked; in their underwear or a bathrobe is close enough. The Rule of Funny here is based on the awkward situation more than it is the actual nudity. Well, most of the time. Can be started off by Gone Swimming, Clothes Stolen.
Dozens of naked people gathered outside Facebook's office in New York on Sunday as part of an art installation protesting Facebook's ban on nudity. Facebook has policies banning nudity on its platform and Instagram. Some artists say this prevents them from sharing their work online. Museums and galleries are constrained when even promoting exhibitions featuring nudes," the NCAC said in a press release for the event. Read more: Facebook really hates people buying likes on Instagram and is suing a company which made millions selling fake engagement. She continued: "This isn't just about shock value and protesting — it's about reclaiming our bodies. Facebook and Instagram have missed this message entirely as they cling to negligent and blatantly misogynist policies that overlook the context of the artistic nudity being posted. Robertson said Facebook banned the group's ad account after it posted a nude painting with a poem for Mother's Day. She said her own account had also been banned on several occasions.