Amidst the ongoing debate over breastfeeding in public, a new online movement has cropped up that aims to catch Facebook and Instagram in a parental double standard.
The 4th Trimester Bodies Project is a website that strives to depict the real bodies of women who have gone through pregnancy - from stretch marks to scars.
Ashlee Wells Jackson, among others, has been dismayed over these social media networks removing revealing pictures of mothers and their babies ...
... while the sites happily post shots of models in bikinis and lingerie.
Instagram has shut down Jackson's page nine times as a result.
In response, Jackson has created the hashtag #StopCensoringMotherhood and is using it to call out Facebook and Instagram, wondering a simple question:
Why Kylie Jenner and company can pose nearly naked online, yet the following pictures are deemed "inappropriate." We'd love to hear the answer ...