‘Stop Censoring Motherhood’ Movement Takes Aim At Facebook And Instagram
Since starting the 4th Trimester Bodies Project in June 2013, Ashlee Wells Jackson and her partner Laura Weetzie Wilson have photographed about 450 women, created a documentary and reached a three-volume book deal — all in an effort to celebrate how the body changes after pregnancy, “stretches, stripes, scars and all.” In that same time, Jackson’s Instagram account featuring photos from her project has been shut down nine times. She’s been locked out of Facebook on multiple occasions, for about 100 days total. Numerous photos of moms breastfeeding and moms posing in undergarments have been flagged and removed on both platforms….
Source: Technology – The Huffington Post