Posted on Wed May 28th, 2014 1:36pm PDT By X17 Staff
Scout Willis is taking it all off! Why? To protest a completely unworthy cause -- Instagram!
In an attempt to fight the tyranny that is Instagram's nudity rules, the non-celebrity posted a pic of herself walking through the streets of NYC, wearing elfin-looking flats and a floral skirt with the caption, "What @instagram won't let you see #FreeTheNipple."
Hey Scout, if the big battle you are up against is Instagram and not something like domestic violence, the NRA, corrupt governments, or some type of horrendous dictator -- you really need to get your priorities straight.
The 22-year-old posted another bare-breasted twit pic of herself stopping to smell the flowers at a local bodega, along with the caption, "Legal in NYC but not on @instagram."
Demi Moore and Bruce Willis' offspring is posting the graphic pics to protest Instagram’s rules prohibiting the use of female nudity. It appears as though the New Yorker's Insta account got suspended after she posted a photo of a sweatshirt that she designed called the Babe Bomber, which featured two topless women.
Apparently Scout didn't like that so much. So she took to the mean streets of NYC without her top to make some hard changes. She's a regular Gloria Steinem!
After posting the pics, she later wrote, "If you don't like what you see, simply unfollow me,' she said in one tweet. My comfort with my body should not be dictated by how others perceive me. However, I don't wish to force this view on anyone."
Really Scout, this is your platform? That you can't bare your breasts on social media? That there isn't anything better for you to protest? Like we don't know -- what about missing girls in Nigeria? Or the fact over the weekend, a madmen gunned down women just for being women? Why not use your semi notoriety to protest that? Is this really the time to be uppity about the fact that a photo of a sweatshirt with boobs on it got taken down?
Honestly, we are actually incensed by this completely stupid protest. We are all about being a catalyst for change -- but this stunt looks like an entitled girl, who lost some weight recently, using her body to make a statement that no one really needs to hear about.
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