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Noah Beck is a 19-year-old TikTok star who you might know from doing a few cute dances each day and not much else. None of that is important. What is important is that there are a bunch of thirst shots of him floating around online.

The TikToker recently did some modeling for celeb/influencer photog Damon Barker. Unfortunately for them (and for us) Instagram apparently keep censoring and deleting a few of the pics for verging too much on the pornographic side of things.

“Instagram keeps deleting this post for being offensive because art, as always, is oppressed!” Barker claimed in a post.

“Please someone help me understand what is so offensive about a confident male body?! FREE ART!!!”

In the end Barker was able to post most of the photos of Beck, however a few of him literally groping himself (like the middle one at the top of this article) didn’t make the cut, likely because Insta kept taking them down.

Then, in his Instagram story, things started getting ~deep~.

“It is our utmost responsibility as the new generation to make sure art survives,” he wrote.

“We cannot be silenced. History has done that too much to us. Without art, without expression, who do we become!?”

I’m not sure if photos of a TikToker groping himself are at the forefront of freedom of expression battles right now, but it would be nice to preserve these photos online for the wank banks of future generations.

Later on, Beck himself spoke up, writing on his Insta story: “Y’all soft over at Instagram… stop taking my stuff down. Like yes I was kind of naked but like… not completely lol, I didn’t violet any guidelines.”

If the main photo on this article simply isn’t enough, and you’re desperate to see even more pics of Noah Beck semi-naked with his hand on god-knows-what, then head on over to Just Jared, where the banned photos were reshared.

Given they’re not safe for Insta, we’re inclined to say they’re not safe for work, either. You’ve been warned.