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  • Scout Willis and Miley Cyrus Battle to… #FreeTheNipple

    Miley Cyrus and Scout and Tallulah Willis are prime examples of how screwed up the children of Hollywood A-listers are.

    Scout Willis (the daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis) and Miley Cyrus (the daughter of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus) joined forces to bare their breasts in a “political battle” to #FreeTheNipple Wednesday on Instagram.

    The duo’s wild night was documented by famed fashion photographer Mert Alas, whom Cyrus posed nude for in the March 2014 issue of W magazine.

    Cyrus posed for several solo pics in which she flashes her breasts, covering up her nipples with red stars in one photo, a diamond emoji in another and in the third the photographer, Alas, covers the singer’s nipple with his thumb.

    The photographer captioned the photo, “Free nipples, free me @mileycyrus #love #lovenipples #mylittlethumb,” he captioned the photo.

    Another image shows Cyrus wearing a sheer top with her legs spread. Scout Willis, in the same shot, is sitting on a table flashing her right breast beside her younger sister Tallulah.  Tallulah can be seen provocatively kneeling on a table in a short mini-dress.

    Free the Nipple is an equality movement started by activist and filmmaker Lina Esco, which aims to combat oppression and censorship regarding the female chest.

    Scout strolled through New York City naked from the waist up last year as a way to protest Instagram’s strict no-nudity rule.

    She then posted Twitter photos of herself walking around topless using the hashtag #FreeTheNipple and captioned one shot: “Legal in NYC but not on @instagram.”

    ‘Women are regularly kicked off Instagram for posting photos with any portion of the areola exposed, while photos sans nipple – degrading as they might be – remain unchallenged,” Willis said justifying her topless tirade. “So I walked around New York topless and documented it on Twitter, pointing out that what is legal by New York state law is not allowed on Instagram.”

    She denied that her urge to strip down was cry for attention, but insisted: ‘I didn’t choose my public life, but it did give me this platform. A platform that helps make body politics newsworthy.”


    Alicia Powe

    Staff Writer

    Alicia Powe is a staff writer for Daily Surge. She worked in the War Room of the Rudy Giuliani Presidential Committee and served as a White House Intern during the George W. Bush administration. Alicia has written for numerous outlets, including Human Events, Media Research Center and Townhall.com.

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