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a caption to one of the pictures states, "A bare-breasted goddess holding snakes based on a Minoan statue for the 2004 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony" what does this mean? is it a statue? an actress? it isn't clarified.
Recently I added a new paragraph about the paprazzi connection to the toplessness. From some reason, this paragraph was removed, with no explanation. This is my first edit in the english wikipedia, and I worked hard to create this papragraph. there is no controversy that the paprazzi influenced this subject (from Middleton to the routine in france), so I'm writing this paragraph again. Please write in the talk your objection! BTW, I'm adding the tumblr site that fights the topless photos of the paparazzi. It was removed although it's one of the most important websites which talk about this subject. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Gogo8200 (talk • contribs) 11:36, 15 July 2014 (UTC)
I removed your edits for the reasons I gave in the edit summary: that they seem to convey YOUR opinion on topless photographs,they are poorly written, and in respect to the Vilkeviciute photos are far too detailed. Why have you picked these three? there are papparazzi pictures printed frequently, what makes these three noteworthy? The Duchess of Cambridge photos (NOT Kate Middleton) did cause a flurry in the news, and might possibly be noteworthy. As I said they are poorly written, which would be understandable if English is not your first language, but the whole piece needs rewriting, in a more neutral tone by someone who does speak English. I fail to see enough usable content worth keeping. IdreamofJeanie (talk) 12:56, 15 July 2014 (UTC)