Miley Cyrus is showing skin yet again. This time the pop star took to Instagram to share a random topless photo of herself. So did she do it because she hasn't been getting enough attention lately, or is she continuing her fight for the right of women to show off their bodies without getting censored or shamed?
On June 14, Miley shared a topless Instagram snap that she captioned, "#preshoweralfalfaselfielife." She styled her hair like a kid playing in a bubble bath, and of course she stuck out her tongue. Miley used a cartoon octopus to cover up her left nipple, so she didn't risk getting kicked off of Instagram to show her support for the "Free the Nipple" campaign.
Back in December, Miley Cyrus showed her support for the cause by sharing a photo of herself holding a giant fake nipple in front of her left eye. So Miley has a dream that someday she won't have to censor her breasts with cute cartoon characters. The Free the Nipple campaign was started by activists who think that America's values are totally screwed up – the media glorifies violence in movies and on TV, but nudity is taboo. Just look at a show like "The Walking Dead" and you'll understand why these activists are so upset. You won't see a nipple on that show, but you will see a lot of disgusting dismembered body parts.
Miley Cyrus isn't the only celeb fighting to "decriminalize the female body" by showing a lot of skin. Scout Willis, the daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, recently protested Instagram's nudity policy by walking around New York City topless (this is actually perfectly legal). And according to Cosmopolitan, her sister Rumer Willis has followed Miley by joining the Free the Nipple movement. Rumer starred in a PSA about breastfeeding in public that points out that "Everybody's got to eat." She's also promoting the documentary based on the movement titled "Free the Nipple."
Other supporters who have some skin in this cause include Lena Dunham and Suki Waterhouse. So what do you think: Are celebrities like Miley Cyrus and Scout Willis doing women a favor by fighting for their rights to bare their bodies?