Topless women pose for photographers along the oceanside in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Venice to demand that females get the same legal right as men to walk bare-chested in public on Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. The women are participating Sunday in the neighborhood’s annual Go Topless march, one of several such marches planned for around the nation. The march in Venice was organized by gotopless.org, a group that calls for equal rights to go topless for women and men. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel) less
A Berkeley law that makes public displays of the female breast illegal could be abolished this month if a city councilman gets his way.
The nudity ordinance as it stands makes it a misdemeanor or infraction for a woman to expose “any portion of the breast at or below the areola” — similar to municipal codes across the country. Under the new proposal, anyone could go topless in …
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