The news just keeps getting worse for Kate Middleton. Despite legal action by the royal family, more websites and magazines are publishing topless photos of Kate while she was on vacation with Prince William. And, while some would say this is a complete invasion of privacy, others say Kate should have expected this would happen and really should just stay “covered up.” More
Frustrated by a lack of equality in topless rights between men and women, dozens of bare-breasted ladies took to the streets yesterday in New York City as part of the fifth annual “National Go-Topless Day.” Their intentions are noble, but seriously, why do some women insist on creating more problems and more sexualization of our bodies? More
Perhaps you’ve heard that in New York City it’s perfectly legal to run around town topless (you know, so all the creepy guys can ogle over your bare breasts and get pics on their iPhones to send to all their creepy friends). Well, that doesn’t seem to bother topless activist Moira Johnston who is hell-bent on making a statement in yoga class, of all places. Only problem is, yoga studios keep banning her topless self. She claims this violates her civil rights, but it really violates the rights of her classmates.
The Kardashian sisters are making headlines again–and this time, it’s not because of the shortest marriage in history or who their real father is. Now the tiresome trio is getting attention because they’re posing nude–for a family ad. More
This Saturday is the third annual “Go Topless” protest, an event organized in nine cities around the U.S. to reinforce gender equality. The logic goes that women should exercise their constitutional right to go topless in public, just like men … More