Fort Collins, Colorado, rejects proposal to allow women to go topless in public
Brittiany Hoagland, an activist with Go Topless, had pushed to change the city code banning bare breasts in public, but at the packed meeting, supporters of the idea were far outnumbered by opponents.
Many residents who spoke during the lengthy public-comment period said they were flabbergasted to find the council debating the matter.
“It feels very surreal to be here talking about this issue tonight,” Jason LeVasseur said. “Like it’s actually here on the table, we’re actually considering this.”
Others raised concerns about disrupting the city’s family-friendly atmosphere by attracting predators and increasing the risk of sexual assault;
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