Stunningly Brave Victory For Equality And Over-Sexualization Of Minors
Following a ‘Free the Nipple’ campaign in Fort Collins, Colorado, feminists have won a victory allowing women–and girls as young as eleven–to be bare-breasted in public.
After a three-year lawsuit, activists have won a case where a topless ban from city law has been removed by Fort Collins City Council.
The removal of the law will allow girls as young as eleven to legally walk around the city topless, costing the city over $320,000 in fees.
According to Fox Denver 31: (Not available in EU)
“The Coloradoan reported that Fort Collins City Council agreed Tuesday to remove language in the public nudity code that barred women and girls over age 10 from exposing their breasts in public.
City officials say the ban is expected to be removed Sept. 17.
Officials say a district court judge and a federal appeals court have ruled against the policy in the past two years.
City Council voted in May to stop defending the ordinance in court after spending about $322,000 on a three-year lawsuit.
Officials say the deadline to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court passed, so now the city cannot enforce a topless ban that only applies to women. “
Source: National File
Original publication 18 September, 2019
Posted on NatCorn 16th November 2019
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