First breastfeeding photos were banned, now nude pregnancy photos? A British mom-to-be who re-created Demi Moore's famous naked pregnancy pose recently posted the pictures on her Facebook page, only to have them removed under the social media giant's no-nudity clause. Two years ago the social networking site faced a firestorm of criticism for banning breastfeeding photos.
These days, parents have taken to posting pictures of almost anything on their Facebook pages, though 63 percent of LilSugar readers believe that birth photos should be limited. The nude pregnancy pose has become standard on many modern pregnancy checklists, with a host of celebs mimicking Demi's original pose (though Victoria Beckham recently denied that she will follow suit).
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