Today is National Topless Day

Hat tip to Electric Bamboo and  TwoBeerQueers for this one:

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NATIONAL GO TOPLESS PROTEST DAY

SUN AUGUST 23rd 2009 – in honor of Women’s Equality Day
More Information Here

Rael, spiritual leader and founder of goTopless.org states:

“as long as men can be topless, constitutionally women should have the same right, or men should also be forced to wear something hiding their chest.”

…On SUNDAY AUGUST 23RD, 2009, topless women will rally in great numbers across the USA to protest this gross inequality in the law and will demand that they be granted the fundamental right to be topless where men already enjoy that right according to the 14th amendment of the Constitution (please see our exact legal argument on the right to be topfree for women under “14th amendment” in news section)

Why in August? On August 26, 1920, following a 72-year struggle, the U.S. Constitution was amended to grant women the right to vote. And in 1970, as an ongoing reminder of women’s equality, Congress declared August 26 “Women’s Equality Day.” But even in the 21st century, women need to stand up and demand that equality in fact – not just in words

2 Responses

  1. I absolutely draw the line at this

  2. The US isn’t as liberal as most might think. We’ve gone a long way in granting equal right, but still have much further to go.
    Hopefully I’ll see more in my lifetime!

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