Allow Public Nudity (continuation)

cyclists in park, many naked
naked cyclists

To REPEAL all legislation hindering one's civil right to wear whatever one wants to wear (or not) in public (including libraries and other buildings deemed to be 'public')*.

* While total freedom should be a right, there needs to be legislation to 'deal with' 'suspicious clothing' e.g. full motorcycle helmet without a motorcycle, hoodies, other identity-concealing clothing for the intent or purpose to deceive; or worn for the purpose of hiding oneself or property likely to be used for a criminal act.

Why does this idea matter?

Nudity is as 'open' as one can be. No hiding place for anything! Legislation should be to encourage openness and personal freedom of choice.

1 Comment on Allow Public Nudity (continuation)

  1. David Revell | 14/05/2014 at 5:48 pm | Reply

    Great idea but it would only work if police,local authorities etc. were fully in agreement.

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