Adam Levine's Super Bowl Performance Sparks FCC Gender Equality Complaint

Adam Levine's shirtless Super Bowl performance is sparking a gender equality complaint. Over 50 people have filed a complaint with the FCC over what they see is a double standard when it comes to female and male nudity. The complaint cites how Janet Jackson faced massive backlash for her nip slip during her Super Bowl performance in 2004, and Levine is barely facing any backlash for exposing his nipples when he took his shirt off during his performance. Several of the complaints call for Levine to face the same consequences as Jackson did.