She just expresses herself.
Madonna described Instagram as sexist after the social media app allegedly removed her latest sensual photoshoot without warning because part of the singer’s nipple appeared.
“I am reposting photos Instagram took down without warning or notice … The reason they gave my management not handling my account was that a small portion of my nipple was exposed,” Madonna, 63, subtitle an Instagram post Thursday, where she was seen posing on a bed while wearing lingerie and fishing net stalking with a red heart emoji strategically placed over her nipple.
The “Material Girls” artist expressed his disgust at those who sexualize a nipple, even though it’s just a vehicle used to feed new life.
“It’s still amazing to me that we live in a culture that allows every inch of a woman’s body to appear except for a nipple. As if that’s the only part of a woman’s anatomy that could be sexualized,” she wrote. “The nipple that nourishes the baby!”
She also noted the unfair double standard that exists in society where men are allowed to show their breasts when women are not.
“Can’t a man’s nipple be perceived as erotic ?? !! And what about a woman’s ass that is never censored anywhere, ”she said.
She concluded: “Thank you for having managed to preserve my sanity through four decades of censorship … sexism … old age and misogyny. Perfectly timed with the lies we have been brought up to believe about the pilgrims who peacefully broke bread with the Native American Indians when they landed on Plymouth Rock! God bless America 🇺🇸 ♥ ️❌ #artists disrupt peace. ”
Madonna had originally posted the series of revealing photos to Instagram on Wednesday, where her nipple was seen blurred. She also posted a few topless photos and was seen posing in all sorts of crazy positions where her butt was put on full screen.
“Angel keeps an eye on me ♥ ️,” she had originally written the subtitle for the post.
Several celebrities had responded to Madonna’s furious photos, including 50 Cent and Kate Beckinsale.
A rep for Meta, the umbrella company that owns Facebook and Instagram, did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.