Ophelia doll's nipples were "inappropriate content" Facebook said

Victoria Buckley, an Australian jewelry designer who has a active, Facebook fan page upon which she features her wares, her ads, and, occasionally, her feelings. Last year, Buckley launched her "Ophelia Collection," —is a creature specially created by artist Marina Bychova of Enchanted Doll. She "lives in a tiny enchanted world of beauty, surrounded by […]

Victoria Buckley, an Australian jewelry designer who has a active, Facebook fan page upon which she features her wares, her ads, and, occasionally, her feelings. Last year, Buckley launched her "Ophelia Collection," —is a creature specially created by artist Marina Bychova of Enchanted Doll. She "lives in a tiny enchanted world of beauty, surrounded by treasures of platinum and rose gold," says Buckley's Web site.

A promotional picture of her with Buckley's jewelry sat happily on her Facebook page for months until, one fair morning last weekend, she told the Sydney Morning Herald that she received six e-mails from Facebook telling her that the nipples were "inappropriate content."

"Ophelia is a doll". No, literally. However, she also happens to be a naked doll. An Ophelia doll, even a naked one, this might cost you some 40,000 Australian dollars.

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