Hundreds of men and women gathered topless on Brighton beach for the ‘Free the Nipple’ campaign to make the sight or breasts more normal, Daily mail has reported.
Two hundred women and men paraded topless around Brighton Beach at the weekend to highlight controversial social media policies about banning female nipples.
The Sunday afternoon march started from Brighton Pier, and then headed along the East Sussex city seafront before stopping on the beach – where everybody sunbathed topless.
According to the campaign website, Free the nipple is a global campaign of change, focused on the equality, empowerment, and freedom of all human beings. Free the nipple has become a premiere voice for gender equality, utilizing all forms of modern media, to raise awareness and effect change on various social issues, and injustices.
Hundreds of men and women staged a protest on one of Britain’s most popular beaches to ‘Free the Nipple’ and make boobs more acceptable in society – by stripping
The Sunday afternoon march started from Brighton Pier, and then headed along the East Sussex city seafront before stopping on the beach – where everybody sunbathed topless
The women hope to normalise the sight of normal women’s breasts as usually only models and filmstars are seen topless
Men also took part in the event, during which hundreds of people took over Brighton beach (pictured)
The event (pictured) was organised by comedian Samantha Pressdee, who came to Brighton with her one-woman comedy show about nudity and sexuality
Women pose on the seafront and in the sea to ‘Free the Nipple’ and make the sight of breasts more acceptable in society