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Hundreds Of NAKED Liberals Flood Times Square To ‘Promote Positivity And Acceptance’

“Everyone feels that being naked is such a big thing but in reality that’s just who we are.” These are the words body painting artist Andy Golub used to justify his mass public nudity event held recently in Times Square. The event included 200 nude “models” (anyone who wanted to sign up, NOT supermodels) who were naked, painted with bright colors and phrases of their own choosing. That’s right, 200 naked people lounged around in New York City in public for several hours. Here’s hoping there weren’t too many families with children heading to the M and M’s store or the Disney Store. 

Public nudity is a crime. Even in New York. Findlaw.com says that “New York criminalizes exposure of a person, one of several offenses “against public sensibilities,” where a person appears in a public place and exposes (or does not clothe) the private or intimate parts of his or her body. New York also prohibits the separate crime of promotion of exposure of a person which applies where a person “knowingly conducts, maintains, owns, manages, operates or furnishes any public premise or place where a person in a public place where a person in a public place appears in such a manner that the private or intimate parts of his body are unclothed or exposed.” For purposes of both offenses, the private or intimate parts of a female person include that portion of the breast which is below the top of the areola. While a woman who breastfeeds in a public park is not guilty of exposure of a person, a waitress working at a topless bar may be found guilty.   More.....

2 comments:

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

I'm so happy I'm 3000 miles away.

Kismet said...

I guess it pays to advertise.