NSFW: Cara Delevingne Supports #FreeTheNipple with "TaTa Top" Photo

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Cara Delevingne continues to wave her proud support on social media for the Free The Nipple campaign. The model shared two controversial photos with her nearly 6 million Instagram followers yesterday. One demonstrates the hypocrisy of Instagram's policy banning photos of a woman's nipples, the other a regram from fellow supporter Suki Waterhouse, of the increasingly popular nipple-printed "TaTa Top" bathing suit. 


Here are the two photos:

NSFW: Cara Delevingne Supports #FreeTheNipple with "TaTa Top" Photo

NSFW: Cara Delevingne Supports #FreeTheNipple with "TaTa Top" Photo

To get one thing straight, it has been confirmed that the above photo is not Delevingne posing for a selfie with a myserious male friend, as has been reported. The same photo was shared on Free the Nipple's own Instagram back in May. However, if it's a scantily clad photo of the model herself you're after, she did post the below image two weeks ago:

NSFW: Cara Delevingne Supports #FreeTheNipple with "TaTa Top" Photo

Delevingne is just one of a growing list of celebs (Rumer WillisMiley CyrusLena Dunham, and of course Rihanna to name a few) who have come out in public support for the film and equality movement that seeks to empower women across the world by standing against female oppression and censorshop. Free The Nipple seeks to address not only equal rights for men and women and a more balanced system of censorship, but legal rights for all women to breastfeed in public.

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The TaTa Top has a similar mission. "As a brand we work to promote questioning the social norm and digging deeper when it comes to society's expectations," the website says. Plus, for each TaTa Top sold, five dollars is donated directly to a partnered charity relating to women's health issues and breast cancer specifically. So far, the top is available in three shades—light, medium, and dark—but the team "hopes to expand to one-pieces, tops with piereced nipples, tankinis, bottoms with printed public hair—and maybe even a men's swimsuit, to benefit testicular cancer charities," reports Chicago RedEye.

What do you think? Would you wear the #TheTaTaTop? Tweet us @Shape_Magazine

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