Yup, you read that right.
Miley Cyrus has jumped onboard a new bandwagon aiming to end media's "glorification of violence and repression of nudity."
And really, considering her most recent performance ensembles, the pairing seems to make sense.
The pop star posted a pic on her Twitter page with a rubber nipple and gave a shout-out to the movement, aptly dubbed Free the Nipple.
The grassroots campaign is hoping to "decriminalize the female body" and "protest the backwards censorship laws in the US," according to their Facebook page.
The "We Can't Stop" singer is no stranger to taking heat for showing too much skin. In fact, it wasn't her twerking or onstage smoking that caught the most attention at this year's MTV EMAs.
And lest we forget that she went entirely nude for her "Wrecking Ball" video, which was named Vevo's most-watched video of 2013. Way to go,
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Just last month the former Disney darling stopped by BBC's Newsbeat and addressed the frustrations she has with men being held to a different standard than women.
"Guys get to show their titties on the beach, why can't we," she asked. "I don't understand the double standard of life."
She added, "I feel like I'm one of the biggest feminists in the world, because I tell women to not be scared of anything."
In addition to posting the nip pic, Cyrus posted a Throwback Thursday snapshot of herself from a week ago—when she was rocking her much-talked about bob wig.
"I [heart] my weave," she wrote.
What do you Smilers think? Should Operation #BringBacktheBob be put into action?!