Festivals are a place outside the rules of normal society. Going topfree at some festivals seems to be acceptable, but not at others. Have you ever gone topfree at a festival, or attended one where it was acceptable? It seems to be more common in the Western US, but I've heard rumor of placed in the east coast where it happens.
Sunday, October 30, 2016
Today I wanted to mention topfree beaches in NYS. Technically speaking any public beach in NYS is topfree, unless the local municipality has passed a law prohibiting women from going topfree. Have any women out there testing the viability of exercising your legal rights? We know that the Co-ed Outdoor Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society had a trip to the beach a while back, but are curious as to whether others have enjoyed a beach topfree.
Saturday, October 29, 2016
Today I just wanted to mention the Breasts are Healthy blog. It follows the story of a woman trying to normalize women going topfree in public. I feel like small scale activities like this are much more useful than the National GoTopless Day put on by gotopless.org, which becomes much more a spectacle for the media.
Saturday, October 22, 2016
Every once in a while topless yoga seems to make it's way through the news circuit. In states like New York where women are allowed to go topfree in public, should women have the equal right to go topfree in private settings like yoga studios even when management may have issue with it? Let us know what you think.
Friday, October 21, 2016
Hi everyone. It been a while since we've posted here. We've been mostly been keeping busy with our Facebook page. We'll be posting some more stuff here soon, but for today I just want to mention the Outdoor Co-Ed Topless Book Society. They are based out of New York City, although I wonder if the group will start having members in other cities. They have a Facebook page that has many followers. The photos on the Facebook sort of safe for work, but there main page is NSFW. Here is one of our favorite photos from the group.