Saturday, April 15, 2017


FEDERAL JUDGE ORDERS FT. COLLINS. CO., TO ALLOW WOMEN TO GO TOPLESS WHERE EVER MEN ARE ALLOWED TO GO TOPLESS

I had just moved to Texas in 76' when shortly thereafter NY's highest court found it was a form of discrimination to allow men to go topless and not women.

Here is my confusion, a flat chested women, or a women who has undergone a full mastectomy, will be arrest in most of the US if they go topless, but a man with triple D boob's will not.  Come on guys this is stupid.

On the transgender front, are transgender men allowed to go topless since they have undergone a full mastectomy, but still have a vagina, but a women who has had a full mastectomy because of cancer cannot?  Are we going to say the transgender man with a beard and vagina is okay, but the woman  without the beard is not.  Now before I hear it, I accept the transgender man as a man, but the issue of the vagina is still there.  Now personally I think there is zero evidence a vagina or penis has anything to do with gender.  So if I am a transgender man, who has not had the surgery but have a beard, am I okay to be topless on the beach?

Look, I get our society has sexualized the female breasts.  But we can undo this damage by desexualizing the female breast by making them equal to men.

Bela's little brothers would not know the difference at their age if all of a sudden women were topless at the beach.  They would grow up thinking nothing of it.  How is that bad?

For the resst of you it is time you tell your sons, women are not sex objects and breast are  a wonderful gift from God to allow mommies to feed their babies.

I love the unofficial nude beach on SPI, because nothing is sexualized.  The fact most of us are over 50 helps.  When onlookers keep on driving back and forth we will take down their plate numbers and not think twice about approaching their cars and telling them we will report them as perverts and post their picture to the internet.  The problem is theirs not ours.

Texas law on this issue is very complex.

Texas law is very vague on the issue and in reality unenforceable if challenged in court.

Sec. 21.08. INDECENT EXPOSURE. (a) A person commits an offense if he exposes his anus or any part of his genitals with intent to arouse or gratify the sexual desire of any person, and he is reckless about whether another is present who will be offended or alarmed by his act.
(b) An offense under this section is a Class B misdemeanor.
So if I go to Boca Chica and lay out naked strictly as a nudist while reading a book, am I breaking the law? They have to prove "intent to arouse or gratify the sexual desire of any person." Also how do you prove reckless? But the bottom line the law as written so long as their is no sexual intent, public nudity on the beach is permissible. Now to my readers other than the unofficial nude beach on SPI [10 miles north of access 6] I would not chance it.
We have to desexualize the human body if we are to make women equal and safer. Parents need to tell their children the human body is beautiful. Growing up fathers and son would take showers together at the public pool in the horseshoe showers. No one thought anything about it. It also opened the door for the father to be able to know when their son was ready to have the changes he was going through better explained to him. Today, that father could possibly be charged with a crime if a mother in a divorce decided to make an issue of it.
Free the human body, and stop making it into something sexual instead of humans most natural and beautiful state.
CAVEAT - DISORDERLY CONDUCT
"(10) exposes his anus or genitals in a public place and is reckless about whether another may be present who will be offended or alarmed by his act;"
You will note even for this class C crime there is no mention of breasts.
First of all unless the person bends over and spreads eagle, you cannot see their anus, so a woman placing a strip over their vaginal entry and a man wearing a cloth cup over his penis and scrotum would be in compliance with the law. The pubic area is not part of your genitalia.
TEXAS DOES NOT DEFINE GENITALIA
Since the code does not define genitalia, the courts more likely than not would go with the medical definition.
"Genitalia: The male or female reproductive organs. The genitalia include internal and external structures. The female internal genitalia are the ovaries, Fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, and vagina. The female external genitalia are the labia minora and majora (the vulva) and the clitoris. The male internal genitalia are the testes, epididymis, and vas deferens. The male external genitalia are the penis and scrotum".  See Source Medicinenet.com
In Austin women can go topless wherever men can go topless. But you rarely see it - probably because people do not know it is legal. But many who do know it is legal just want to know they are equal and then choose to not go topless.

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