Posted: 27 June, 2014
by Web Guy Brett
TataTop Takes The #FreeTheNipple Campaign To The Next Level
Following on from the #FreeTheNipple campaign that Scout Willis' highlighted last month, two women from Chicago have taken it to another level.
The content in this article is of a sensitive nature and although there is technically no nudity, it may not be suitable for everyone including children.
TaTa Top is a skin coloured bikini with realistic nipples that make the wearer look topless.
It's all in part of the #FreeTheNipple campaign which protests censorship laws against female nipples.
Currently the bikini is quite legal as it's technically not nudity, and even Instagram who is known for their hard-line censorship on nudity hasn't taken action against majority of the photos the TaTa Top has on their account.
The top is available online, and even ships to Australia, in various sizes and hues, and costs $28. Along with every purchase, $5 is donated to breast cancer research.
The creators of the bikini, Robyn and Michelle Lytle, are hoping that the TaTa Top will help "de-sexualise" the nipple.
From their blog they say, "the only excitement that comes from seeing breasts is that you are conditioned to think they are something special."
"In reality they are excess breast tissue growing into varying sized balls that you have to buy expensive support for and that throw you off balance when you run."
Check out more pics on the official Instagram page.