The oppression of women takes many forms, one of which is the notion that our bodies alone are pornographic. 

Fear, stigma, societal norms, danger, and misinformation work together to create a narrative that our bodies are sex itself—provocative, offensive, and disorderly. 

That to show a nipple crosses the line into obscenity. 

But this line is ever-shifting and only based on what we consider “normal”.

It’s time the female nipple gets “normalized”

because a nipple alone is not pornography—it’s not even gendered. 

because we all have them, only women are shamed for it.

because people only think about hypocrisy when they are exposed to it.

And so, I propose EXPOSURE THERAPY :

Fighting the oppression of the female body and the double standard by putting nipple stickers everywhere!

From my small desk to your great city, this project relies on the support from awesome activists like you. Thanks to your voice, Exposure Therapy has empowered people all over the world, including the US, Canada, Bolivia, Norway, France, Spain, Ireland, and beyond! 

Sending and posting pictures of where you put your stickers is crucial to the growth of Exposure Therapy. 

Here’s how:

Instagram:  #NIPeoPLE  @NIPeoPLE  (tag your photos, or send them!)


Word of Mouth: Tell your friends, your family, your teachers, your barista, everyone!

Let’s make a difference one nipple at a time.