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Facebook: Breastfeeding clothing firm has lost thousands after being hit by no-nudity rule 


British breastfeeding clothing firm has lost thousands after being hit by Facebook’s no-nudity rule

  • A British firm selling clothes that make breastfeeding easier has lost thousands
  • Bshirt’s Facebook adverts were banned for breaching adult content policies
  • The Devonshire business created adverts that do not not feature explicit content

A British firm selling clothes that make breastfeeding easier has lost thousands after its Facebook adverts were banned for breaching adult content policies – despite not featuring anything explicit.

Bshirt, based in Totnes, Devon, designs vests, shirts and dresses that give women quick access to their breasts for when they need to feed their baby.

Like many modern small businesses, many of Bshirt’s sales are…



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