PHOENIX - “What do we want? Topless rights!”
Several dozen bare-skinned protestors chant and let it all hang out.
“We want to be able to go topless like men,” said Christi, who was protesting.
They stripped down and strutted the streets of downtown Phoenix chanting their message: “If guys can and women can't it's called discrimination."
Women, men and even children becoming bosom buddies of sorts to keep our community abreast of the laws they say promote clothing inequality.
“The indecent exposure law is just the areola. It doesn't specify male or female. Yet, men walk down the street topless all of the time. We want the same rights,” said Jenna Duffy, who organized Sunday's " Go Topless Day " march in Phoenix.
“It’s hot. Are you not hot wearing a shirt sometimes? You can take your shirt off. Sometimes we get hot too,” said Christi.
It's a unique way to bust out their message.
“We had to cover our nipples with tape, otherwise, we'd be arrested,” said Duffy.
This group isn't modest with what they hope to score. They hope to change the laws and get the entire nation topless friendly by 2020.
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