The Ta-Ta Top helps women #freethenipple in style


The Ta-Ta Top is a bikini top made in various skin tones with realistic looking nipples printed on each cup. The design was created by two feminists, Robyn Graves and Michelle Lytle, to help normalize the sight of the female anatomy without forcing the wearer to actually go topless. The bikini is in support of the #FreeTheNipple campaign, which argues that the sight of the female nipple is no more salacious than male nipples, and should not be censored in public or online. Also, $5 from every $28 purchase is donated to a breast cancer charity. The tops are available through thetatatop.com



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