>:( my account was for abdl related things. Pics of myself and my various items, like onesie my boo bear and pics of me in my diapers. my account was deleted permanently with the reason given being partial nudity. What about all the pics of shirtless guys and girls in their bra and panties. Or what about the accounts where people use it as tumblr and never post pics of themselves. I fell discrimination could be at play for the actual reasoning.
Re: instagram discrimination
Instagram, like most image hosting sites, doesn’t actually police content as it’s uploaded. Totally ignoring the technical reasons for it, legally they can’t. They can, and will remove content and accounts that violate their ToS when they are reported by others.
Now, let me see if I can figure out why they removed your account:
From their Terms of Service
- You may not post violent, nude, partially nude, discriminatory, unlawful, infringing, hateful, pornographic or sexually suggestive photos or other content via the Service.
And there’s these tidbits from their Community Guidelines
From the Dos
- Do share photos and videos that are safe for people of all ages. Remember that our community is a diverse one, and that your posts are visible to people as young as 13 years old. While we respect the artistic integrity of photos and videos, we have to keep our product and the content within it in line with our App Store’s rating for nudity and mature content. In other words, please do not post nudity or mature content of any kind.
From the Do Nots
- Don’t share photos or videos that show nudity or mature content.
If you wouldn’t show the photo or video you are thinking about uploading to a child, or your boss, or your parents, you probably shouldn’t share it on Instagram. The same rule applies to your profile photo. Accounts found sharing nudity or mature content will be disabled and your access to Instagram may be discontinued. While we know that families use Instagram to capture and share photos of their children, we may remove images that show nude or partially nude children for safety reasons. Even when these images are uploaded with the best of intentions, this content could be re-shared and used by other people in unanticipated and inappropriate ways. You can learn more on our Tips for Parents page.
And finally, from the additional information section of that page:
Instagram is a diverse community, and it is likely that you will come across things that offend you. If you are offended by a photo or video that may not violate any of the above guidelines, we’d suggest you navigate away from the account, or even use our blocking feature. If you are unsure about the content, you can report it utilizing our built-in reporting functionality in order to bring it to the Instagram Team’s attention.
Note the last part in bold is almost certainly what happened, because no offense, what you said your stream contained actually does violate their ToS so someone probably did see it and report. That’s no discrimination.
Re: instagram discrimination
have originally disputed the deletion. (With much anger) along with quoting their tos and the only thing I could have broken would have been partial nudity. (Pics of me in a diaper). But if they were to delete me for that imagine how many people who have shirtless pics or underwear pics that would have to be deleted as well. Long story short, it was a massive deletion aimed at removing spam. I wasn’t alone, millions of others were deleted by mistake as well.