"Has noses". Informative project about censorship in the female body. Illustrated feminism.

“Has noses” is through metaphor, the reflection that I have come to through observation and different personal experiences, which have led me to want to show and teach the absurdity of this issue. Also the need to desexualize women both in their adulthood and childhood.

Concept: For years, women have been censored in many ways, including their bodies, which has gradually been unlocked and can be shown without being sanctioned, but there are still parts that are not, as in the case of the nipples. Through the use of vignettes around the idea of unblocking, I show different real situations that occur around this issue. Using a metaphor between noses and nipples (both parts equal in men and women) that expresses this idea and situation without the danger of being censored by social networks.