Yuval Levy's exposed photo/screenshot, Instagram
The saga, which lasted until recently and began last week (Wednesday), erupted because of one photo uploaded by reality TV veteranYuval Levy, in which she covers her chest with her hands in a photo that could easily be described as revealing.
In response to the removal of the post on her Instagram story, she wrote: "This is the picture they downloaded for me. IDF soldiers without a shirt are not blocked on Instagram and they do see a nipple! (which is unlike a female nipple, for pleasure purposes only. mine is at least functional) and their images to me are much more erotic. At least I'm turned on by it, and it seems that there are many, many more like me and it's distributed on a free network."
But why should they remove them? Who is male sexuality threatening? Anyone who is not comfortable enjoying this picture but is comfortable with a picture of a handsome soldier without a shirt - you are blind and hypocritical. Those who are uncomfortable can walk. I don't mind. There is no need to announce either," she wrote, comparing the publications emphatically.
Yuval Levy's story/Screenshot, Instagram
Afterwards, over the weekend, the reality TV star posted a follow-up: "We live in a twisted world. A world in which violent videos and images are often perpetrated by men – showing stabbings, murder, humiliation, dragging women with blood in the hidden area indicating that they have been attacked, bodies lying around, slogans calling for death and murder of innocents."
"All of this is running free online- whereas a picture of a shirtless woman with hidden nipples (which no one threatened and she published of her own free will) - it already poses a threat to the public and it needs to be hidden. People, really?! Instagram, really?!"
"We live in a distorted world in which images of shirtless men, bare-chested and nipples, some masked, some holding weapons, some shooting, are distributed unhindered and without any fear of danger to the public throughout the Internet. And a picture of a woman who is not even naked and with nipples hidden is a threat to the public."
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Yuval Levy's story/Screenshot, Instagram
"We have already forgotten what is natural and what is not, a picture of a naked man holding a weapon seems natural to us, and a woman's body does not even nude feel threatening and dangerous to us. Then one wonders how, in today's era, a woman's body is still weaponized in war, as Hamas did. After all, we've made progress, haven't we? Not. Because the world still sees women's bodies and women's sexuality as a threat, a weapon. And the real weapon? He sees life! You freaked out completely," she announced.
"And Instagram? I can't say I'm disappointed because 90% of the incitement in the world, anti-Semitism, racism, violence against women, the double standard created towards female versus male bodies, the death that is currently happening in the world, is a direct result of Instagram's capitalist model, which wants to make profits and as little as possible annoy the "majority", even if it is violent and extreme."
Levy went on to explain and educate her followers: "So, is there something here that is neither dangerous nor violates Instagram's policies, but thousands of extreme outragees are demanding that it be eliminated? He will disappear. For someone else with power and influence, a lot of feed traffic (i.e. essential to Instagram), if something really extreme comes up, no matter how many people report it, it won't help. Because it doesn't pay off."
Yuval Levy/Screenshot, Instagram
"You really do a double standard, at least in that Instagram, you are consistent, that's maybe the only thing. In giving your preference to 'powerful'. A disgusting platform that creates a twisted and upside-down world for money and the little man pays the price. The same can be said about our government, Hamas, Russia, the United Nations, the United States and Iran. Instagram, you are the bastion of evil and we all cannot disconnect from you. We are lost," she concluded in the most blackening tone.
Levy has spent the last few weeks traveling in snowy Europe: "I'm in Berlin, I'll write from you. I'll feel the way things are going and maybe find something new inside me. My heart is left behind and I feel divided, but I need a moment. Because I forgot a lot about myself," she wrote after arriving and starting the journey. During her stay in various places, she works on a number of projects related to costume design and art.
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