The protest is scheduled for June and called #WeTheNipple.
Artist Spencer Tunick has battled Facebook and Instagram over its stringent “community guidelines” banning nudity for half a decade. Tunick, who organizes and photographs large groups of nude people around the world, first had his Facebook page disabled in 2014 after posting a carefully pixelated image of 75 women in Portugal. Apparently the color gradiations in the nipples were too visible. Since then, it’s been a push and pull of meticulously censoring his artwork in hopes the images won’t be removed—or worse, his account deactivated.