Facebook has suspended the accounts of users who posted an article about Australian Aboriginal feminism, because an accompanying photo of women in traditional dress revealed their breasts. The controversy began after online publication New Matilda paired a keynote address by author Celeste Liddle, about “the intersection between feminism and indigenous rights” with an image of two women participating in a ceremony wearing traditional body paint and with bare chests.
Source: Facebook suspends users over traditional Aboriginal ‘nudity’
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