Watch A Comedian Interrupt His Own Show To Point Out A Double Standard Of TV Censors

It all started when Chris Hardwick noticed that the censors blurred Miley Cyrus' nipples in this Instagram photo:


But were totally fine with showing the audience his full, unblurred nipples in a picture that he shared to Instagram:

Why the double standard? When it comes down to it, pretty much everyone has nipples. So why are women's nipples considered NSFW but men can flaunt their nipples pretty much anywhere that doesn't have a "no shoes, no shirt, no service" sign?

First, let's get one thing clear:

His rant detours into why letting women put their nipples on the Internet is awesome *for men* for a bit, but I love how he brings it back to the double standard and how important it is to talk to your kids about healthy sexuality at 1:57.

Great question.

Of course, not all mommies have mammary glands, but that's not really the point.


I will sum up how awesome this rant is with a GIF:

Watch the whole clip:

Warning: Some salty, NSFW language. The nips may be censored, but his language isn't.
via Chairman of the joint Chiefs of Staff / Flickr and Valley of the Dogs / Instagram

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