Sun 15 Jun 2014
Following a major online campaign called#freethenipple, it has been revealed the social network changed its policy - but has not explained why, Dailymail reports. Mothers took to the internet to complain after it was discovered breastfeeding photos were being banned.
Today it emerged Facebook has changed the policy, updating a question in the sites help section to read: 'We agree that br**stfeeding is natural and beautiful and we're glad to know that it's important for mothers to share their experiences with others on Facebook.
A US parenting blogger who is delighted about the new development said, Facebook is slowly but surely realizing that women, or at least breastfeeding mothers at this time, are allowed to live in their own skin and share images of themselves topless (and br**tfeeding) without being deleted for nudity.'