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This is why you get nipple erections
Celebrity Bikini Malfunctions: From Nip Slips to Crotch Shots - Us Weekly
Twenty years ago this month, Drew Barrymore gave David Letterman the surprise of his life when she got up on his desk to perform a hypnotic birthday dance that ended with her flashing him. A few weeks later, Barrymore returned to The Late Show to talk about the general reaction to the moment. That infinitesimal amount of time, however, set off a butterfly effect of indecency hysteria that felt downright puritanical in As with any new technology available to the public at large, there were immediate concerns over the content to which viewers would be subjected. The government was able to police radio because stations need a license to collect revenue on broadcasts. These licenses also ensure that no one media conglomeration has a monopoly on the transmission spectrum. This was also the time when Alfred Kinsey first published his reports on male and female sexuality, and Christine Jorgenson was the first widely publicized trans woman to undergo sex reassignment surgery.
Free the Nipple: 6 Celebrities Who Dare to Bare
It isn't often that Kelly Ripa commits a fashion faux pas , but this week on Live! With Kelly , she did just that. And her gaffe didn't just offend her loyal viewers, it downright angered them. They love them some perky blonde goodness, but for the love of God, they don't want to see her nipples.
The incident, sometimes referred to as Nipplegate , led to an immediate crackdown and widespread debate on perceived indecency in broadcasting. The halftime show was produced by MTV and was focused on the network's Choose or Lose campaign the year was a presidential election year in the United States. The exposure was broadcast to a total audience of