Ban relaxed

San Francisco grants permit to the Nude Women’s Day Parade

People participate in a GoTopless pride parade in New York City. (Kena Betancur/Getty Images)

San Francisco appears to be relaxing its ban on public nudity. The city has issued a permit to the Nude Women’s Day Parade, which aims to “support women and to help create an environment where women can feel safe nude in public.” (Very NSFW link to the event here). The parade will be held on March 20, as a delayed tribute to International Women’s Day.

Read the full story at SF Gate.

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