It’s time to free those nipples! This Saturday is Go Topless Day, and a bare-breasted parade (complete with a female topless marching band) will proudly walk the streets of New York to promote gender equality.
This is the tenth anniversary of GoTopless.org, an organization that claims “women have the same constitutional right that men have to go bare-chested in public” and puts on parades and rallies around the country to promote the desexualization of the breast. This year’s festivities invites in NYC invite men and women to march from West 58th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues beginning at 12:30pm down to Bryant park for speeches.
No #FreeTheNipple is complete without …
Miley Cyrus sucking a fake dick, riding an even bigger fake dick and then letting fans rub her vagina
In case you aren’t aware, female toplessness has been legal in New York City since 1992 (seriously, breasts can legally see the light of day in any public area, including parks), so have no fear of any issues with law enforcement. Fight for equality—and wear sunblock! And check out more ways you can enjoy being naked in NYC … TimeOut
Alex Kingston has freed her nipples since 1998 …
Alex Kingston nude in Croupier (1998)
Halsey’s Nipples Have Been Freed Since Time Immemorial
Topless equality for all. That was the cause for Saturday’s Go Topless Day march through Midtown Manhattan, which featured a drum line led by topless women and approximately 200 others, as reported by the New York Post. Cities across the globe—including Montreal, Paris, Geneva, and plenty more—disrobed for the common purpose of freeing the female nipple and granting it the same public rights as those of males… Men’s Health
Boots apologises after store ‘refused’ to print ‘Free the Nipple’ photographs because it goes against nudity policies
Scores of men and women came together to campaign to “free the nipple” at a march in Brighton last weekend – then high street retailer Boots allegedly refused to develop the photographs.
More than 200 people took to the streets of the city to highlight oppressive double standards which dictate that men may show their chests in public whilst women may not.
But when one participant took the photos to be developed at Boots in Tunbridge Wells, she says she was left feeling embarrassed after staff told her that she could not have “explicit photos” developed in store… The Independent