The social networking site blocked her page and removed the image because it said it broke its rules on nudity.
Ms Tullett said she had only intended to offer encouragement to fellow breast cancer sufferers.
“It was to show other women that after such an ordeal you can come out of it with your dignity and your womanhood again, and that it’s not all frightening,” she said.
I suspect that she should have known better. There’s nothing like pictures of real people to make other people get all stupid.
I’m beginning to think that life would be saner if we were willing to admit that real people look like real people from head to toe and dispense with the coyness.
Not likely to happen, though.