SCOTUS refuses to ‘Free the Nipple’ in topless women case

SCOTUS refuses to ‘Free the Nipple’ in topless women case
GoTopless Day New York 2016: The guys with camera may be interested in this woman’s right, but they seem just as interested in her left. (Image: YouTube screen grab)

[Ed. – We see the high court’s time is being put to good use.]

The Supreme Court on Monday decided not to “Free the Nipple,” refusing to hear an appeal by three women fined by a city in New Hampshire for exposing their breasts in public who argued that banning female but not male toplessness violates the U.S. Constitution.

The women – Heidi Lilley, Kia Sinclair and Ginger Pierro – were involved in the “Free the Nipple” movement, which court papers described as campaigns against “sexualized objectification of women” and in favor of women being able to go topless in public if they wish.

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Among the legal arguments made by the women is that any law that punishes women for exposing their breasts while allowing men to go shirtless violates the Constitution’s 14th Amendment. …

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