Ocean City, Maryland, has more mini-golf courses than an east coast family that can’t afford Orlando can shake a putter at, but there’s one thing it won’t have anymore: topless ladies.
You can now go tits-out on the beaches of Ocean City, Maryland. Why you’d want to expose such tender flesh to the danger of sunburn is your own business.
Lisa Yuskavage is known for paintings of women that evoke the “bombshell physicality [that] cloaks the tawdry thrill of finding an old Penthouse ... in the quasi-spiritual glow of a Renaissance fresco,” according to Vault magazine’s Neha Kale. She also shows the nips, and nips by women or on women are still frequently…
New Hampshire state legislators currently fighting for a bill to ban women from whipping out their nipples in public places just want to protect children and families from the sight of bare titties at public libraries and Little League games, okay? OKAY?
A group of four men recently introduced a bill into the New Hampshire State House of Representatives that would make it a misdemeanor for exclusively women to show their nipples.
Orange Is the New Black actress Ruby Rose has called out The Untitled Magazine for publishing an interview with her that includes allegedly “unapproved” photos of her partially nude, photos she claims they also sold to other publications for use.
It's been a bad week in a series of very bad weeks for American Apparel.
First it was a revolution, then it became a "spirited satire!" Here is the trailer for the movie Free the Nipple, which can probably be summed up in the three words written by FIRST YouTube commenter Kyu: "needs more tits."
Turns out World War I was responsible for more than Spanish flu and modernist novels read by college freshmen: The conflict also helped American women kick the corset and embrace the bra.
Female nipples are so out right now. Instagram doesn't want 'em. In most states, it's still illegal to wave 'em around even though the same standards of decency don't apply to men. And Facebook won't let you link to 'em in photos because decency, The Children, the female body is the root of all sin, etc. But a growing…
After provoking anger for years with its bizarre "breastfeeding photos are inappropriate for the Internet" policy, Facebook has finally freed the nipple (on the condition that it is in or near the mouth of a breastfeeding child).