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Women took part in the International Go Topless Day parade in Manhattan on August 26, 2017 to not only celebrate the tenth anniversary of the event, but advocate for equal topless laws across the U.S.
It is currently legal for a woman to go topless in New York.
Women donning angel wings and headbands march topless as a part of the International Go Topless Day parade in Manhattan on August 26, 2017. The march also includes the city’s first topless marching band.
While it’s legal to go topless in NYC, many cities holding Go Topless events, like Chicago, IL and Phoenix, AZ make it illegal for women to bare their breasts.
The Go Topless Day march, made up of a couple of hundred topless men and women, made its way from W 58th Street to Bryant Park. Therefore a Cancer survivor too took part in this parade.
A man holds a poster asking for equal gender topless laws during the tenth annual International Go Topless Day parade on August 26, 2017.
The marching band, both topless and clothes, took part in the International Go Topless Day parade in Manhattan on August 26, 2017.
Elle Wesseling from Sydney, Australia participates during International Go Topless Day in New York August 26, 2017, an annual event held in cities around the world to support the right of women to go topless in public on gender-equality grounds.
The parade is being held of Women’s Equality Day, and New York participants marched down to Bryant Park from W 58th Street with pride.
The International Go Topless Day parade float, featuring two pink balloon breasts, was a sight to see while the parade marched down to Bryant Park from W 58th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenue.
A man covers his nipples while a woman keeps her uncovered at the International Go Topless Day parade on August 26, 2017.
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