The original picture featured Heard wearing a black suit jacket with one of her breasts visible. Free the Nipple started in as a campaign highlighting the bias between male and female nudity, with men able to appear topless in public without judgement while it's considered sexually indecent for women to do the same. Many celebrities have expressed support for the campaign with regards to social media, urging platforms like Facebook and Instagram to relax their regulations and give women the same rights as men when it comes to exposing themselves. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists?
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By Annita Katee For Dailymail. But it was all about mom January Jones on Saturday, as she shared a racy shot with her breasts barley contained. The year-old actress took to social media to post the sultry shot, while opting not to zip up her top. January opted for a blue and white zipped up top that had the zipper pulled all the way down to just above her belly button. Her breasts stole center stage and she accessorized with a gold coin necklace.
January Jones calls herself 'so vein' as she pokes fun at her ample cleavage in sultry selfie
The year-old had a similar effect on talk show host Jimmy Kimmel last night when she dropped by for a chat ahead of this weekend's MTV Video Music Awards, which she is hosting for the first time. Arriving in the studio with a colourful suit and a pair of heart shaped nipple covers, she said: "To be honest, I'm a little cold. I would've worn a shirt - actually I wouldn't have, but you could have warned me! Where do you get an outfit like this," Kimmel replied, admitting that he didn't know where to look. Cyrus said that her revealing outfits are often an icebreaker with people she doesn't know how to talk to.