NYC’s 34,000 member police force has been instructed not to arrest topless women as a result of a court ruling that supported gender equality for women with men and found that women going topless in public is not either lewd or illegal. After some topless protests, some women are celebrating their freedom to now bare their breasts in public in NYC.
It was actually a 1992 New York State Supreme Court case that opened the path to legal topless women in NYC. But, there was one case where one woman was repeatedly either arrested or taken in for psychiatric evaluation several times that helped to also clear the path for public topless nudity by women.
The Outdoor Coed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society held an outdoor celebration to celebrate their legal victory as evidenced by some of these photos posted today.
So, how’s your news day…