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Jordan-Lee Jones shared the cute photo of little Winter on Instagram - but couldn't believe the reaction. Many parents use Instagram as a way to share photos of their little ones with family and friends. But regardless of who they allow to access their special photos, they are still very personal moments and are special to the person who posted them. Mum-of-two Jordan Lee Jones had to deal with disgusting comments after posting a naked photo of her two-year-old daughter Winter playing on the beach on Monday. Several people even reported the photo, which resulted in Instagram removing it for breaking the site's rules. However, it wasn't the fact that she was naked that seemed to upset people - it was the colour of her skin. Speaking to Mirror Online she said: "I was receiving a whole lot of kind messages and decided to post the photo explaining that we have an Aboriginal heritage on my mothers side so our skin is naturally dark and tans no matter how much sunscreen and zinc we wear. She said: "I woke up, got the kids organised and sat down to check my Instagram only to open up my feed and have a notification from Instagram telling me I had breached their community guidelines. I was appalled and emailed the Instagram email but have not yet received a reply. She wrote: "Woke up this morning to see my post had been removed from Instagram because more then a few people had reported it.
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License this image. This is one of thirty posters published in a portfolio entitled Guerrilla Girls Talk Back by the group of anonymous American female artists who call themselves the Guerrilla Girls. Since their inception in the Guerrilla Girls have been working to expose sexual and racial discrimination in the art world, particularly in New York, and in the wider cultural arena. Although female artists had played a central role in experimental American art of the s, with the economic boom of the early s in which artwork prices rose steeply, their presence in museum and gallery exhibitions diminished dramatically. Like American artists Barbara Kruger born and Jenny Holzer born , the Guerrilla Girls appropriated the visual language of advertising, specifically fly-posting, to convey their messages in a quick and accessible manner. They pasted up their first posters on SoHo streets in the middle of the night. The group gradually widened their focus, tackling issues of racial discrimination in the art world and also made more direct, politicised interventions. In , at the opening of the Guggenheim Museum SoHo, after instigating a postcard-writing campaign attacking the museum for proposing to show only white male artists, they organized a demonstration, handing out bags with gorilla heads printed on them for protesters to wear over their heads.