simothepony:

In 1992, a law was passed that gave women the right to go shirtless anywhere in Manhattan. Philadelphia topless activist Moira Johnston, most often seen in the East Village, wants to raise awareness of it.
Back in May, she was detained by cops for walking shirtless in public, then released shortly afterwards when they realized she wasn’t breaking any laws.

simothepony:

In 1992, a law was passed that gave women the right to go shirtless anywhere in Manhattan. Philadelphia topless activist Moira Johnston, most often seen in the East Village, wants to raise awareness of it.

Back in May, she was detained by cops for walking shirtless in public, then released shortly afterwards when they realized she wasn’t breaking any laws.

(Source: Mashable, via credulous-atbest)