Michael Edwards: I had created a site called MeInMyPlace that is playful yet definitely borderline risqué for social.
What happens to artists though whose work incorporates nudity, something which social media sites Instagram especially are wont to remove with impunity? I know, as a creator, sometimes you have an idea for a project that would be interesting and maybe you could garner some editorial features but there is something to be said about a larger evolving, fluid body of work.
What is and how does it work? Molly Murphy: Buttrcup is a censorship-free platform for visual storytellers to self-publish their photos often deemed too risqué for social media.
One answer is Buttrcup, a new social media platform that takes its cue from Instagram as a space for predominantly image sharing, but without all the censorship that comes along with Instagram.
We have some female creators who are doing some really cool work, representing an alternative view to the typical female nudes found online.