Free the Nipple (2014)

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A group of women launch a movement to remove the censor of women's breasts all over America.




  • Lina Esco and Lola Kirke in Free the Nipple (2014)
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  • Free the Nipple (2014)
  • Zach Grenier in Free the Nipple (2014)
  • Free the Nipple (2014)
  • Lina Esco and Lola Kirke in Free the Nipple (2014)

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17 July 2019 | questiontheauthorities
| Armed with first amendment lawyers? Give me a break.
First let's be real. This will offend sensitive libtards: Leftists have killed the first amendment, and it's death was well past the point of no return in 2014 when this was made. Lets talk about how and why this was made and what lead to the victory of this 'movement': they were armed, with guns, but not the kind that shoot bullets.

You just glorified the sexualization of breasts with a film, not only encouraging but all but insisting we do it, that we look and we see them. You can pretend all you want you don't want them to be seen, sexualized, etc--but they serve a total of two functions and we aren't babies looking to nurse; this means there is only one other reason you want us to look and uncensor them in spite of what any feminist might claim: You want more sexual market value because boobies. Everybody see, but nobody look.

If only the First Amendment is what actually won this so called victory for the power of women... it might be a viable defence in the global de-platforming and censorship going on by the monopoly that is internet communications / publishing which affects anyone who dares to question it--like me, so read this before this review is SHADOWBANNED like so many of my other ones are... statistics don't lie, marketing teams and the ones presenting the raw data do.

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