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Which Photo Did Instagram Remove?

It's harder than you think.

  1. Correct! 

    All booty is beautiful booty – a mantra we should all live by.

    Meghan Tonjes had her photo removed after it was flagged by users. She has since started the #BootyRevolution where she and her followers continue to post and celebrate pictures of their bodies.

  2. Correct! 

    Women are mammals, but on Insta we must pose as amphibians.

    Petra Collins called out Instagram's censorship in a blogpost: "If an online society of people can censor your body what stops them from doing so in real life? This is already happening, you experience this everyday."

  3. Correct! 

    Ah yes, the good ol' period-phobia. Menstruation is just unnatural!

    Rupi Kaur was told by Instagram that her photo didn't follow community guidelines. She responded by saying, "I will not apologise for not feeding the ego and pride of misogynist society that will have my body in an underwear but not be OK with a small leak."

  4. Correct! 

    Every body is a beach body.

    Aarti Olivia Dubey reposted the picture with the caption "Do 3 fat girls in swimsuits equate to gore, porn, racism, sexism? Or is it that people only want to see slim girls in swimsuits?"

  5. Correct! 

    Sorry, babies. You've gotta keep your snafflin' to yourselves.

    Melissa Jean Wilbraham's whole account was deleted and she received this message, "Your account has been deleted for not following our terms." Instagram has since reinstated her account.

  6. Correct! 


    Jill McDevitt's photo was removed for allegedly violating terms and conditions. In an essay McDevitt wrote, "Instagram has built and reinforced a culture where women can only be seen or heard if they’re props; props for men’s violence, pleasure, or profit.".

  7. Correct! 

    Welcome to 2016, where nipples are controversial, but not if you're male.

    Rihanna's topless picture from her cover of Lui was removed by Instagram in April 2014. Badgalriri didn't give a fuck and just posted it on her Twitter account instead.

  8. Correct! 

    It's that pesky nipple again, ruining everyone's fun! Even cakes vaguely resembling the areola aren't safe.

    Sue Moseley baked a traditional Simnel cake for Easter and as a result had her whole account removed! She started the hashtag #FreeTheSimnel and her account has since been reinstated.