Aussie model Gabrielle Epstein insists she's 'NOT objectifying herself'


Aussie model Gabrielle Epstein insists she’s ‘NOT objectifying herself’ by wearing tiny bikinis and barely there cocktail dresses – after being censored by Instagram for ‘sexual solicitation’


Instagram sensation Gabrielle Epstein is firing back at the critics who claim that her social media posts are too explicit.

Speaking to Maxim, the 27-year-old called out the ‘toxic double standard’ between how men and women are treated differently on Instagram.

‘There are plenty of photos of men without their shirts on showing their nipples but the fact that mine can be covered and a photo still gets removed creates a very toxic double standard,’ she said.

Hitting back! Instagram sensation Gabrielle Epstein is firing back at the critics who claim that her social media posts are too explicit

Hitting back! Instagram sensation Gabrielle Epstein is firing back at the critics who claim that her social media posts are too explicit

‘We are all human, we are all born with bodies and we should not be taught to be ashamed of how they look in a natural state.’

She said that she’s turned to OnlyFans to get around Instagram’s censorship.

‘I also feel like I can be more of myself on OnlyFans,’ she shared.

‘To me showing my body isn’t about me being objectified, it’s about me feeling confident, powerful and beautiful in my own skin.’

Double standards: Speaking to Maxim , the 27-year-old called out the 'toxic double standard' between how men and women are treated differently on Instagram

Double standards: Speaking to Maxim , the 27-year-old called out the ‘toxic double standard’ between how men and women are treated differently on Instagram

Gabrielle’s statements come after Instagram removed one of her pictures due to claims of ‘sexual solicitation’. 

In September, she was left frustrated after Instagram removed one of her posts, claiming it breached community guidelines.

She uploaded a screenshot of an alert she’d received telling her it had removed a naked photo because it breached ‘adult sexual solicitation guidelines’.

Confident: 'To me showing my body isn’t about me being objectified, it’s about me feeling confident, powerful and beautiful in my own skin,' she explained

Confident: ‘To me showing my body isn’t about me being objectified, it’s about me feeling confident, powerful and beautiful in my own skin,’ she explained

It didn’t seem to have been the first time she’d had content removed by Instagram, with the blonde bombshell commenting: ‘@instagram here we go again.’

‘You can’t even see ANYTHING what is going on,’ she added.

The supposedly offensive photo showed a naked Gabrielle lying on a white sheet while propping herself up on her elbows.

Prior to finding fame as an adult model, Gabrielle was a competitive swimmer and ambassador for fitness brands.

Removed: Gabrielle's statements come after Instagram removed one of her pictures due to claims of 'sexual solicitation'

Removed: Gabrielle’s statements come after Instagram removed one of her pictures due to claims of ‘sexual solicitation’

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