Women can now go Topless in 6 states.

Women can now legally go topless in 6 states, after federal ruling

A federal court ruling over a ban on women going topless in public has essentially made it legal for women to go topless in Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Kansas, and Oklahoma, according to news outlets.

CBS affiliate KUTV reports that the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, which is over those six states, struck down a topless ban in Ft. Collins, Colo. after two women sued the city for the right to go topless in public.

Since Ft. Collins is not appealing the decision (the next step would be the Supreme Court), that means topless bans in those six states are no longer enforceable.

The lawsuit was brought by two women who are part of the #FreeTheNipple movement on social media, specifically Instagram, which does not allow photos of exposed breasts.

Plaintiffs Brit Hoagland and Samantha Six sued Ft. Collins, saying that being able to take off their shirts in public is their right, and is a step towards gender equality.

Okay get this passed in my state and maybe we’ll talk.  LOL.

B.C. women threatened with ‘vulgar’ letters for sunbathing topless


Two young women who were blissfully sunbathing topless in their back yard say they have subjected to vulgar letters from a voyeur next door who has threatened to publish photos of them.

During the long, sun-soaked afternoons of the pandemic, Deuphine Apedaile and her roommate Cassy Conley burned off the hours of isolation gardening in back yard of their small East Van rental home.

They resurrected a weedy vegetable plot and watered neglected flower beds. It was a companionable way to pass the time, and on days that were bright and hot they would remove their tops and sunbathe.

Then came the letters.

Sad to see this happening.

U.S. Supreme Court refuses to ‘Free the Nipple’ in topless women case


WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Supreme Court on Monday decided not to “Free the Nipple,” refusing to hear an appeal by three women fined by a city in New Hampshire for exposing their breasts in public who argued that banning female but not male toplessness violates the U.S. Constitution.

The justices left in place a 2019 ruling by New Hampshire’s top court upholding the women’s convictions for violating an ordinance in the city of Laconia that makes it illegal to show female breasts in public “with less than a fully opaque covering of any part of the nipple.”

To be honest I agree with the Supreme Court on this.  The Supreme Court should not be dealing with this.

9 Tips for Eco-Friendly Naturist Vacations.

Ecological awareness, climate change and global warming have been hot topics for quite a while now. We would almost dare to call it a trend. It’s a bit sad when important things like those need to be hyped before people start thinking about them. Nevertheless, we’re happier that something like respect for the planet becomes trendy than let’s say Pokemon or Dr. Martens boots.