Playboy model Simone Holtznagel just articulately disemboweled the "prude" who took offense to her in-store ad for the lingerie brand, Bras N Things.

Shoutout to the prude who complained about my "vulgar" "amateur porn" advertisement for the amazing Australian brand πŸ’•Bras and ThingsπŸ’• and had the clip banned from stores. Honestly, it's just soooo offensive to show a confident, sexy WOMAN (😱😱😱) in her LINGERIE (😱😱😱😱😱) in the window of a (plot twist) - LINGERIE STORE!!!! Won't somebody please think of the children?! I mean it's just truly outrageous πŸ™„πŸ˜’ The definition of porn is 'material containing the explicit description or display of sex organs or activity.' There is none of that here. How dare you sexualize my body. How dare- after all society's requests- you take a confident and carefree depiction of a normal, healthy womanly body, promoting women's products to women, and deem it offensive. Do not impress your insecurities on me, whether physical or sexual. But by saying my body, just comfortably being my body, is somehow 'wrong' or 'dirty' you are insulting and potentially damaging any woman who may identify with me. Keep your neuroses off my body and go watch some REAL porn, you might be less uptight βœ‹πŸ» Some people really do have too much time on their hands. I see people wearing less on the street and in shopping centers these days and this woman is complaining about a tasteful, beautiful advertisement which is not only showcasing the gorgeous lingerie but also showcases body confidence and embracing the feminine form! So deepest apologies to the poor soul who was so offended by my "vulgar" behavior.. But I shall continue on in being fearlessly me and embracing my curves and my confidence, and I encourage all women to do the same - and if that's so wrong then I don't want to be right πŸ’•βœ¨πŸ€˜πŸ»βœ¨πŸ’• (πŸ’°YπŸ’°)

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After receiving complaints from shoppers admonishing the ad for being "vulgar" and resembling an "amateur porn video," the Australian Advertising Standards Bureau forced the brand to pull the video from stores. It was replaced by still frames, as though customers are dinosaurs who can only see something offensive if it is moving.