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GoTopless Day in New York City Aug. 26, 2012 on Times Square

On Sunday August 26, please join NYC GoTopless women for a march you don't want to miss! Although GoTopless.org will organize events in many cities across the USA, NYC is by far one of the most progressive cities to celebrate women's right to be top free. Indeed, in 1992, the state supreme court ruled that women would have the right to be topless. Now, all that is left for NYC women is to have the courage to overcome their repressive upbringing and to enjoy their rights.

It was so natural to be topless 40 years ago! Every Woodstock attendee will bare witness of this! And now. 40 years later, the law is acknowledging women's right to be topless in public and our mentality has regressed! Today, the big question is: are women's breasts actually family friendly? Are women likely to psychologically traumatize children if they are to show their breasts in public? Today, the debate is over breast feeding in public, and women across the USA feel they are winning a big battle because they are winning the right to breast feed in public. Let us think bigger than that! Let's think constitutional rights! Breasts are decent whether you are nursing or not!

So, GoTopless.org wants to offer you a little feeling of the freedom of Woodstock on August 26, let's call it Boobstock! Come and join our parade of freedom, come and join the festivities, enjoy the music, the band, the show... No need for alcohol or drugs... 40 years later, women can enjoy their body in a natural state of mind as the Raelian Philosphy, sponsoring this event, invites people to do.

Breasts, Peace and Love, NYC!!!

Time and Location: Meet at Bryant Park at noon and March to Times Square - Speech on Times Square Red Stairs


Last year's event was a true success, see article : http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/2009/08/24/2009-08-24_halfnude_women_march_by_park_for_right_to_bare_breasts_ya_cant_top_this.html
We deplore that the journalist had to end her article with the unnecessary modest, politically correct statement...

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