I’m a fitness enthusiast who thinks women should “free the tatas;” guys wear tank tops all the time, so why shouldn’t we?


At least one TikToker has pointed out that the app has different rules for men and women when it comes to baring one’s chest.

After having her previous account deleted due to an exposed nipple, this influencer was forced to create a new one.


After opening a new account, she took to the platform to advocate for gender equality


Free the nip, tweeted Jennifer Keddy (@jennuinewaters) over a video clip recently.

Here’s her counterargument: “Guys are always going shirtless,” she said.

To Keddy, who can benchpress 250 pounds, there was no reason to treat her breasts any differently than a man’s bodybuilder chest.

Keddy flashed a side view of her breasts and declared, “Honestly, these aren’t really boobs.”

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They’re more of a pec to me,” she said. Just suck on that, I say.

Most of the people who commented agreed with her, though not always for the same reasons.

Some appeared motivated by equality.

“Just do it, we are all the same,” said one commenter.

“FREE THE PECS!!!” said another.

But others wanted a peek at Keddy’s breasts.

One user wondered, “So where can we see what got you deleted?”

I think we need more proof,” she said. science,” another voice added.

Several spectators took the chance to fire off their own bullets.

I’d say they’re spectacular, if you ask me.

“They deleted you because you’re beautiful and somebody didn’t like the competition,” said someone else.

“Awww that’s sweet,” Keddy said. “Thank you!”

Keddy may have lost some followers when she lost her old account, but in just six weeks, she has gained almost 4,000 on her new account.

The influencer isn’t fighting TikTok and societal pressures on their own.

The “no-bra club” is another area of the stage where women are fighting for equality and acceptance of all body types.

When advised to wear a bra more frequently, I… TikTok user Scarlett-Mae (@ScarlettMaeUK) said, “An emphatic negative from me.”

One more TikToker (@notfamilyfriendly__) said she never wears either of the items because of the potential for negative attention.

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“I hate bras w a passion,” she said.

“I only wear one if my nipples [gonna] show.”


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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