Naturist Activists, Friends and Guests in Bay Area!

This Wednesday, if possible, you should take part in the historic RALLY FOR URBAN NUDITY in San Francisco. I wrote previously about an attempt to strip San Franciscans and guests off their right to be clothes-free in public places, but here is a chance not only to stop the ban, but perhaps help to secure and expand this overlooked basic freedom?

So, here is a copy of the announcement, hope it will be success:

Greetings Body Freedom Supporters and Friends!

A reminder that on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at Noon, the  RALLY FOR URBAN NUDITY will take place on the steps of San Francisco City Hall, (across from Civic Center on Carlton B. Goodlett Place).

Clothed, nude or anywhere in between, if you support the right to choose your own form of attire without government interference, come join us!

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2 Responses to Naturist Activists, Friends and Guests in Bay Area!

  1. Vinny says:

    This movement should be countywide and made “law of the land”.The garment industry with deep pockets would lose billions in swimsuit sales if all beaches become C/O.It should be left to the people (referendum) and I’m sure this will be so.Voters not special interest should call this.
    Good luck.

  2. αNaturist says:

    Today is the judgement day!
    I’m glad this got quite a lot of media attention. This article was top read on BBC website yesterday: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-20399164
    Huffingtonpost had an entry about it too, of course:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/18/san-francisco-nudity-ban_n_2155573.html

    But I was quite surprised to find out that many people don’t take it seriously, thinking that it won’t happen, ‘not in San Francisco’. Mind you, it all started with a law that required naked people to put a piece of fabric or a newspaper when seated in public places just about a year ago. Obviously, they didn’t plan to stop on that. What’s next? And we’re talking about the ‘most liberal city’ in the country that positions itself as a stronghold of democracy…

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