Scout Willis Takes a Topless Stroll in New York City to Protest Instagram

Scout WillisSo Scout Willis took a walk recently in New York City, which wouldn't be that big of a deal, because hi, a lot of 20-something kids of celebrities do that, but this time it kind of was. Because she did it topless. To prove a point.

It seems as though Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's 22-year-old daughter got herself kicked off Instagram for posting some "unsavory" pictures involving a sweatshirt she designed and two topless women. Her account was apparently suspended because she dared to bare the nip.


So she did what anyone would do in protest of Instagram's nudity policy and strolled down the streets of New York City totally topless. We are not talking a little bit of sheer fabric or a questionable wardrobe malfunction here -- lady is topless.

The designer-slash-rebel-rouser decided to show how insane the photo-sharing social media site is with its censoring by brazenly walking down the street in nothing but a floral skirt and handbag. She's wearing shoes too, but honestly, that's not what anyone's looking at.

She posted the scandalous pics to Twitter with the captions, "Legal in NYC but not on instagram," and, "What @instagram won't let you see #FreeTheNipple"

Oh my gosh. #FreeTheNipple. You know, at first this seems like a flagrant stunt by a celebrity kid who wants attention, but in this case, the girl has a point (no pun intended, I swear). Scout goes on to show all sorts of different examples of debauchery allowed on Instagram, yet some tasteful nude pictures aren't allowed? It doesn't make any sense.

Hey guess what? If you don't want to see nude photos from people who like to post nude photos, then don't follow them. We're not talking about porn here -- no sex acts are taking place. Just artful photos, which should be allowed if Instagram is going to allow all sorts of other licentious pics. Pick one, Instagram -- either be prudish modest or not. Can't have it both ways.

Do you think Scout Willis' topless stroll will get Instagram to change its ways?


Image via Scout Willis/Twitter

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