Amber Heard questions Instagram censorship policy, posts Jason Momoa’s print to make a point

Amber Heard post comes in response to Instagram holding down one of her photos. 

Aquaman actor Amber Heard has criticised a inequitable censorship process of a photo-sharing app Instagram. The actor common a print of her co-actor Jason Momoa and in a heading mentioned a double standards of Instagram when it comes to a masculine and a woman’s topless photos.

“In respect of IG’s severe and estimable Community Guidelines opposite display a Female pap ..and given cave enjoyed a brief payoff that’s afforded to my masculine counterparts.. we motionless to compensate loyalty by replacing it with a design that DID accommodate IG’s despotic nakedness discipline and such clever gender policies,” she wrote along with Momoa’s photo.

In respect of IG’s severe and estimable Community Guidelines opposite display a Female pap ..and given cave enjoyed a brief payoff that’s afforded to my masculine counterparts.. we motionless to compensate loyalty by replacing it with a design that DID accommodate IG’s despotic nakedness discipline and such clever gender policies. See my stories to opinion on that revise we cite a many ..and appreciate we IG, here’s to 2019!

A post common by Amber Heard (@amberheard) on Oct 19, 2019 during 8:36pm PDT

Heard’s post comes in response to Instagram holding down one of her photos she posted a few days ago. In a photo, Heard had her boobs exposed, that caused utterly a furore.

To emphasize her point, a 33-year-old actor also posted a photoshopped picture of her and Momoa in a same shot with her unclothed chest superimposed over his. However, in a comments, Heard mentioned she has zero opposite Momoa. She wrote, “Btw, adore we AquaHubbs! Sorry to use your pecs to make a point!”