In the Autumn issue of Index on Censorship magazine, we explore the censorship of the female nipple, which occurs offline and on in many areas around the world. We speak to photographers and magazine editors who are covering up and the women who are fighting against it, one nipple at a time.
Part of the controversy lies in the double standard. Male nipples are totally fine, despite little to no difference in their appearance. With that in mind, we present to you a male nipple. You can cut this out and put it over a female nipple. Your nipples will then be ready to go out in public.
You can read more about the latest issue of the magazine here.
Jemimah Steinfeld has lived and worked in both Shanghai and Beijing where she has written on a wide range of topics, with a particular focus on youth culture, gender and censorship. She is the author of the book Little Emperors and Material Girls: Sex and Youth in Modern China, which was described by the FT as "meticulously researched and highly readable". Jemimah has freelanced for a variety of publications, including The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Independent, Vice, CNN, Time Out and the Huffington Post. She has a degree in history from Bristol University and went on to study an MA in Chinese Studies at SOAS.