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See Through Nips from Sports Illustrated’s 2011 Swimsuit Issue

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Sports Illustrated released their annual swimsuit issue earlier this week and if you’re too lazy to scan through hundred of bikini pics to find any visible nipples then I have good news for you… I did the work for you. Here are the see through shots that I managed to find after hours of looking at bikini girls..

Izabel Goulart
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Jessica Gomes
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Kate Upton
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Leryn Franco
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  • John
    21 Feb 2011 | Permalink |

    I see SI is into airbrushing censorship now. They obviously airbrush the nipples out. Just look at the first picture. The white top is so transparant, you can see the veins in her hand, but her nipples are nowhere to be found. Me think a)alien, or b)SI censor

  • Kman
    22 Feb 2011 | Permalink |

    totaly agree with you John. go back a few years and nipples are clearly visable through shear material

  • Billy
    29 Jun 2012 | Permalink |

    I no and I love nipples

  • yep
    24 Jul 2012 | Permalink |

    It’s OBVIOUS they airbrush nipples out recently (and in the site they are even going after nipples and areolas and mercilessly extirpating them).

    Obvious and also ridiculous, extremely ridiculous. It would even be OK if they had a “no-nipples” policy, but airbrushed nipple-less women are just freaking weird, it must have been the idea of someone who has a manga/hentai fetish or something. If they are not going to show nipples, then just don’t fucking take pictures where nipples are appearing, it’s that simple.

    Perhaps the idea is to feed some black marked of unaltered pictures of those models with nipples showing, that would explain it.

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