Saturday, December 15, 2012

Can You Believe This Is Really An Issue?

Only in San Francisco could such an ordinance be contentious:
San Francisco's city attorney is urging a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit seeking to overturn the city's recently approved nudity ban...

The ban was approved by the Board of Supervisors this month and is scheduled to take effect Feb. 1. It bars nudity in public places, with exceptions at events like the Bay to Breakers race and the Folsom Street Fair.

1 comment:

Curmudgeon said...

In many parts of Vermont, nudity in public is not against the law. This isn't some new-aged, hippie liberal thing either. It's been that way for generations.

It is a little startling, though, to be walking down the streets of Brattleboro and pass the old man wearing nothing but a pair of boots, a camo baseball cap and carrying a rifle over his shoulder.

And most of the state's swimming holes are clothing optional, too.