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Thanks for sharing! Have you participated in this? What is it like? I bet it's so empowering.
Yes. I assist our chair. She does all the publicity & interviews, I do the permit & grunt work. She is very serious about this right. I am old, and still trying to push forward the EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT. But yes, it is great fun, especially because you are in a large group, and can enjoy the freedom of sun and breezes on your skin, and not feel self- conscious. Some men do go to gawk, and we try to use this parade to desensitize them to their 'breast=sex" conditioning. Some women write sayings like "I'm still not saying yes." on their torsos. A few wear masks. I asked one, who comes every year, why. Turns out she is a pre-school teacher, and just wants "no trouble. " Sad, but reality, breasts are bad for children?
Sorry about your mom. I see you are a writer. I m hoping for some 'first person' reports.
Thank you. I really appreciate that.
It sounds like a very freeing experience. There's something similar that happens in Philly with the No Pants Subway ride. I'm still not too sure I'd ever be willing to participate, but I love the idea of it and it's a great way to send a message that bodies are something more than sexual.
Come and cheer the women then.
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