The Guardian is fully supportive here:
Facebook and Instagram’s parent company could soon free the nipple. More than a decade after breastfeeding mothers first held a “nurse-in” at Facebook’s headquarters to protest against its ban on breasts, Meta’s oversight board has called for an overhaul to the company’s rules banning bare-chested images of women – but not men.
In a decision dated 17 January, the oversight board – a group of academics, politicians, and journalists who advise the company on its content-moderation policies – recommended that Meta change its adult nudity and sexual activity community standard “so that it is governed by clear criteria that respect international human rights standards”.
And yet if any such post on such a service were to be called “Page 3” The G would then choke with rage.
There is, though, a stonking, to the Moon, business idea. Assume that the rules do change. Set up an account which is indeed called Page 3. That success then being near infinitely replicable, Page 3 of the 70s, Asian Page 3 and so on and on and on – Readers’ Wives Page 3 anyone? Might as well really adopt social media mores and get the audience to do most of the production work, right?