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.
Uhhh…yeah. This is where I have a serious conflict. But hey you guys discuss this in the comments section while I try to wrap my brain around this one.
Excerpt from the article:
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.
Good luck out there with this one guys.
I found this article to hilarious for some reason.
Great and interesting article!
I think the title says it all!
Other times, he would pounce in ready to tell me about the random thoughts that were racing through his big toddler mind.
I was always naked and both of us were comfortable with this.
In fact, all these years later we are still comfortable with our nudity.
Our whole family seems to be comfortable with nudity.
We change in front of each other, often share a stall in the family change room at the pool and shower with the bathroom door open.
At sunrise on Sunday, June 2, 2019, 125 people posed nude in front of Facebook and Instagram’s New York City headquarters at Astor Place to challenge social media censorship. In collaboration with the National Coalition Against Censorship, artist Spencer Tunick created a photographic artwork as part of their #WeTheNipple campaign.