Instagram Removes Photo Of Two Men Kissing At Their Wedding | Mail Online

‘I don’t see anything wrong with two people in love – amazing.’ Another person said of the photo removal: ‘Outrageous. Love you two! #love #pride #bestcoupleever’. Outcry: After someone apparently flagged the photo as inappropriate, prompting the site to remove it, supermodel Karen Elson was one of the people to jump to the couple’s defense Double standard: Many pointed out that Instagram has allowed pictures that are far more inappropriate Even supermodel Karen Elson, who has more than 48,000 followers, jumped to the couple’s defense, sharing the photo along with the caption: ‘These 2 people just got married and the photo captured the moment, how can you find an expression of love offensive? #allyouneedislove’. ‘The photo captured the moment, how can you find an expression of love offensive?’ Others pointed out that the site has allowed far more inappropriate pictures. ‘Crazy…especially when there’s a gazillion half naked selfies on here daily!’ commented one person. Instagram has since apologized and restored the original photo, calling the removal a ‘mistake’. ‘When our team processes reports from other members of the Instagram community, we occasionally make a mistake,’ a spokesperson told MailOnline. Unfair: Ms Nelson (pictured in November) wrote to her 48,000 followers: ‘These 2 people just got married and the photo captured the moment, how can you find an expression of love offensive?

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Kendall, Kylie Jenner Pose With Shirtless Men On Instagram

Oh You Know, Just A Casual Photo Of Kendall And Kylie Jenner With Half-Naked Men Whose Abs Could Cut Through Steel

Still, its an age of hyperconnectivity, so many social media-friendly couples are encouraging webcasting of their weddings, even creating hashtags for their guests to share their pictures on Facebook and Twitter. But unplugged couples dont like that one bit. Jasmine Lee Photography Kimberly Burgess in California had an unplugged wedding in May, where she asked her guest to put their phones and cameras away during her ceremony to just stay present in the moment. Enlarge Kimberly Burgess (L) wrote out a list of rules for her guests (R) asking them to put their shiny electronics down. (Many clients) want nothing to do with any kind of social media, anything that has to do with Facebooking, hashtagging, says Manhattan wedding planner Ellen Kostman, founder of Sidekick Events. They are celebrating with the chosen people that theyve invited, and theyre not opening this up to the world. Before cell phones, all weddings were unplugged but now 37% of brides surveyed by wedding website The Knot said they will consider formalizing the no-tech wedlock. They see it at celebrity weddings and people think, I should feel like a celebrity on my wedding day, says Jamie Miles, editor of So they feel comfortable asking for things celebrities ask for, because its their special day, too. The key to getting guests to turn off their phones without blowing their tops is to keep them informed about your social-media policy early and often. Put a bulletin on your wedding website, add a line to the invitation and consider having your officiant make an announcement at the beginning of the service. Jasmine Lee Photography Kimberly Burgess, 22, said she just wanted her guest to be present and not distracted by Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

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Forever hold your tweets: Brides are saying ‘I don’t’ to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at their weddings – NY Daily News

Kimberly Burgess

This time, however, it is not Kendall Jenner who is the topless one its actually her and Kylie Jenners companions in a new photo on the latters Instagram page. In the pic, Kylie and Kendall can be seen being lifted up by five shirtless models, all of whom have abs and pectoral muscles sharp enough that I would be willing to gamble thats why they cant wear clothes. Too much cutting. Youd just have to keep buying new shirts. Okay, all jokes that would likely be made by an overzealous cougar aside, I am admittedly a little jealous of the sisters in this here photo. After my little trip to the Thunder From Down Under in Las Vegas a couple years ago, I still have the slightly embarrassing fantasy of being carried around my really muscular men, Kesha-style. If you too are intrigued by the idea of being hoisted up by what is essentially a boy band minus the token badass member, then by all means, you should follow these fellows on Instagram. Kylie listed their handles in her caption: model boys, ladies..

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