Will Rumer Willis Join In Sister Scout’s Topless Protest?

The Willis family is not one to be shy, but will Rumer join in with sister Scout’s social media nudity protest?

Access Hollywood caught up with Rumer on Tuesday night at the Svedka Summer Samba event, where she weighed in on her sister’s fight against Instagram’s nudity restrictions.

“She’s very bold… I give her mad props for that. I don’t know if I’d be brave enough to do it,” she said of her younger sister, who took to the streets of New York City topless recently.

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Scout, who had photos she posted banned from the app due to showing an exposed breast, is protesting how the photo-sharing app does not allow women to show their breasts, but does allow men to appear topless.

”[It’s] a human rights issue and just having real gender equality… we still live in a world where gay marriage was just legalized recently. So as progressive as we are and we hope to be, I hope that in the next 10 years that we can continue to grow to a place where it’s not even a question,” she explained.

But would Rumer ever join in with her sister’s protest?

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“Not as of yet, but you never know,” she said with a laugh.

And does their mom Demi Moore and dad Bruce Willis support Scout’s fight?

“I support her and I think that’s all that matters,” she added.

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Rumer also explained Scout’s recent Father’s Day photo that showed their action star dad in drag.

“I think [it was at] my little sister Tallulah’s birthday. It was a ‘Rugrats’-themed birthday, so I think my dad dressed up as the mom on the show… That was a long time ago,” she told Access.

Adding, “A lot of people don’t necessarily get to see my dad’s goofy side. And he really is. He’s great that way.”

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