New Hampshire Women Fight For Their Right to Go Topless
According to Boston.com, in 2016 three women were hanging out (literally) topless in Laconia at Weirs beach. One was doing yoga and the other two were catching some rays. A few beachgoers complained so police asked them to cover up and when they refused, they were arrested.
The three women are challenging the city ordinance prohibiting public nudity and taking it to the NH supreme court which is expected to hear the case Feb. 1. Their argument is that going topless is legal in the state of New Hampshire and they want the city of Laconia's ordinance to honor that. They also believe it is discrimination as men are allowed to go shirtless.
Do you agree that this is a cause worth fighting for?