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It took a lot of courage for photographer Trina Cary to share a naked self-portrait to social media. Flooded with likes and positive commen...

These 30 women posed nude in a photoshoot to protest against Facebook's nudity rules

It took a lot of courage for photographer Trina Cary to share a naked self-portrait to social media. Flooded with likes and positive comments, her body confidence quickly soared. But within 10 minutes of posting the image, she got notification from Facebook that the picture had been removed and her account temporarily shut down for sharing inappropriate content.

And it wasn’t the first time it had happened either. Despite taking the time to censor each image so it didn’t violate Facebook’s community standards, every time she posted a nude self-portrait, it was reported.







The most recent image was a shot of her covering her breasts with her hands, naked but with a patch of thorns covering up her genital area.

“I darkened my lower half so that you couldn’t see anything at all even if you zoomed in on your phone,” said Trina.

“I loved this photo. I felt like me in it. I felt strong and beautiful. I was so delighted to have gotten one good image from my self portrait session and was so excited to share it with all of my followers.”

So when it was removed, something inside snapped. Fed up of seeing sexual and suggestive images shared on social media without any issue while her artistic shots were removed, Trina decided she was going to make a stand.

After posting a callout on Facebook inviting women to join her for a nude photoshoot, she was overwhelmed when 30 brave women responded. The participants got together to strip naked apart from ‘censored’ tape covering their breasts and nether regions. And boy are the results amazing.

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