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Madonna has something to get off her chest: She just wants to be naked on Instagram.

Small problem: Instagram doesn't allow nude pics. On Wednesday, the 56-year-old Queen of Pop, seen by many as a trailblazer of sexual expression and who has no problem showing some skin, shared a vintage topless pic of herself (getting touched up, so to speak). Then poof! It disappeared.

Outraged, a day later, she shared on Instagram another NSFW pic—a censored version of a famous photo depicting her leaning back, naked, against a giant fish statue and fountain, first seen in her racy 1992 coffee table book Sex.

"Why is it ok to show ass but not breasts?" she wrote. "Drowning in the hypocrisy of social media #artforfreedom #UnapologeticbItch ❤️#rebelheart.

Instagram's community guidelines state, "Please do not post nudity or mature content of any kind."

Celebs such as Miley Cyrus have in the past used revealing photos on social media to express their support for "Free the Nipple," a campaign that aims to fight anti-nudity censorship and "decriminalize the female body."

In 2013, a Florida seller posted a humorous listing of what was described as the fish statue on eBay, using another censored version of the pic and a humorous description.

"It's been over 21 years, but I still savor the memory of Madonna's naked body, and I am definitely better for the experience," it said. "Trust me, Madonna was superfine in her prime and now you can amuse and delight yourself and your friends by re-creating the iconic pose that captured her so beautifully."