Legal in more and more cities and countries and still forbidden on Facebook… this goes to show that Facebook is a very conservative force.
This story and video at the bottom of the article show that communities need to politely but firmly stand up for their topless right before the police and educate them on the law. In the case of Denver, it is legal to be topless and the police only found out during a GoTopless Day event!
GoTopless Day falls on the Sunday closest to the anniversary of women winning the right to vote in America. Events are held in order to promote topless equality. Events occur in multiple cities across the USA, so we decided to independently hold one of our own here in Denver.
We all met and lounged a bit in Denver's Civic Center Park. Eventually we grew to around 12 women and 8 men, enjoying mutual respect and appreciation without objectification. Some of the men even wore bodypainted or actual bikini tops to show their solidarity. One of the guys, upon realizing how uncomfortable the tops were, painted "This Thing Sucks!" beneath his top.
Editors note: because you can see breasts in the video, Youtube does not allow embedded videos (as this is below). Click on link "Watch on Youtube" to see video.
Editors note: Source could not be located at the time this post was moved from previous location.
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RAEL'S COMMENT: And 8 billion people use it every morning…and flush it!