On Sunday Aug. 28, 2016, GoTopless, a women’s equal rights organization called people in cities around the world to stand up for women’s right and to go topless in public. The GoTopless pride parade was held in many US cities like New York and LA, and some other cities where it is legal in USA. It was also supported by some other cities/countries around the world. Some states in USA do not permit topless display in public.
The activists of the organization “gotopless” believe in the philosophy that “”As long as men are allowed to be topless in public, women should have the same constitutional right. Or else, men should have to wear something to hide their chests” Rael, founder of GoTopless.org and spiritual leader of the Raelian Movement (rael.org)”
Check out how the women fighting for the right to go topless celebrated the goTopless day on Sunday 28th Aug
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People march at the front of the GoTopless Pride Parade on Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016, in Manhattan. (Credit: Craig Ruttle)
Activists hold posters as they take part in the GoTopless Pride Parade on August 28, 2016 in New York. Women around the US are going topless in celebration of GoTopless Day, focused on promoting gender equality and women’s rights to bare their breasts in public. Photo: KENA BETANCUR/AFP/Getty Images
A young woman poses with tourists in Times Square wearing body paint to cover herself in New York. AFP PHOTO/DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images
Women gather for speeches during a rally after the GoTopless Pride Parade in Manhattan on Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. (Credit: Craig Ruttle)
Selfie-time for advocates of topless equality during the annual Go Topless march on August 28, 2016 in Venice, California. The march featured a group of women and shirtless male supporters calling for topless equality. / AFP PHOTO / Frederic J. BROWNFREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images Photo: FREDERIC J. BROWN, AFP/Getty Images
Women strip off their tops for International ‘Go Topless Day’ in Venice, California! Topless demonstrations took place in the US and around the world claiming the constitutional right of women to go topless in public in the name of gender equality. Picture are women with tape covering their nipples protesting their rights on the beach in Venice, California.
Emily Rose Marshall holds a placard reading ‘My Body Is Not a Crime’ while gathered with fellow topless advocates during the annual Go Topless march on August 28, 2016 in Venice, California. The march featured a group of women and shirtless male supporters calling for topless equality. / AFP PHOTO / Frederic J. BROWNFREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images Photo: FREDERIC J. BROWN, AFP/Getty Images