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Avon Seeks Instagram's Removal of Nipple Ban For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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By Emily Reily

Let Us See Your Nipples

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Makeup and beauty company Avon is asking Instagram to let them show breasts, and nipples, on the social media site through October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Images of nudity, and nipples, are currently banned from Instagram per their guidelines.

Avon Says Social Media Is Vital To Effort

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Amy Greene, chairwoman for the Avon Foundation for Women, says social media is a great way to get the word out about breast health, and this month is especially important.

“We believe this will use the social media platform as a force for good, helping to raise greater awareness of BCAM and to further breast health education.”

#Breastbreak: Check Them Monthly

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The makeup company is encouraging people to check their breasts every month.

"Together with @coppafeelpeople , we’re making it our mission to increase early detection of breast cancer and encourage everyone to take a #BreastBreak."

CoppaFeel is a breast cancer charity that helps raise awareness of how to check your breasts and just learn more about your body.

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