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IN People ON 18 Feb, 2016
Byron Bay couple Mitch Gobel and Sally Mustang have been very open about their explicit personal lives. They would quite regularly post and share photos depicting details of their personal lives. The type of explicit photos they posted led to some of the Instagram users reporting them, which ultimately led to the photos being deleted by Instagram.
This action has left the couple furious, who say that $ex is something to be celebrated, not banned.
Byron Bay couple, Sally Mustang and Mitch Gobel, often post racy photos of their explicit personal life.
Some Instagram users found their photos too explicit, and reported the account.
This led to Instagram deleting the reported photos. But this action has not rubbed well with the couple.
'Sex is something to be celebrated, not banned,' said Miss Mustang, defending herself.
The couple is disappointed by the fact that someone reported their pics.
The couple is a follower of art. Other than in photos depicting their openness, they are also seen doing creative artwork together in their photos.
Miss Mustang said that yoga has given her the confidence to speak openly about $ex.
Miss Mustang shares her stories and hopes she can inspire others to be more open to talking about $ex.
'Sex is not taboo but amazing and powerful. Get to know yourself on this level. Be open minded,' she says.
'Sex enables anyone to push their creative limits and I believe sex is art, in every aspect of the term.'
Gobel had posted about six weeks ago that his new year resolution was to become more open about sex.
His resolution and the couple's openness about the matter probably explains their attitude that is reflected from their photos they post online.
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