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originally posted by: iunlimited491
a reply to: ghostrager
ok - but just because scientists say girls like to admire each others rack
(that's pretty hot btw) doesn't necessarily mean it's grounds for "uncensoring" them. LOL. :Sometimes it's better to leave things to the imaginationham:
originally posted by: ghostrager
originally posted by: Kromlech
YES, let's do!
...Where's the pics?
And that is the very reason why we can't accept women's chests as normal. Stop sexualizing something that's natural and normal. They're just breasts.
originally posted by: ProleUK
a reply to: ghostrager
Women should be allowed by law to be topless if they so wish, just like men are, without the fear of being charged with some form of gross indecency.
Boobs will remain sexy, just like mens chests are to women.
Legs in my opinion are far sexier, maybe they should be covered too?
originally posted by: Aleister
The main point is that it should not be illegal. If men can walk around shirtless there is no legal reason to charge women with a crime for doing the same thing. Yet in many/most jurisdictions it is still illegal. That's the problem, and it should be addressed and handled (no pun intended) on national levels in the court system.
The green colored states are those where top freedom is in effect.
The orange colored ones have amibiguous state laws on the matter.
The red colored ones are the ones where the mere showing of the female breast in public is illegal according to state law.
In the USA, though the majority of states are top-free, some cities in those states have passed (unconstitutional) ordinances that annul the state's top free statute.
In Canada, the law on public decency is found in Sections 173 and 174 of the Criminal Code. However, what constitutes an indecent act is not defined, and is open to interpretation by the courts. Topfreedom is allowed in Ontario, Sasketchawen and British Columbia following specific court cases on the matter but the case for topless equality has not been heard by the Canadian Supreme Court yet.