• 3 nude women were 'air drying' at Florida rest stop before chase, police say
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https://abcnews.go.com/US/nude-women-air-drying-florida-rest-stop-chase/story?id=62346654
Them being completely bonkers aside, I think it's really fucking stupid that you can be arrested for just passively not covering certain parts of your body. Even more so when the law forbids not covering specifically female nipples/breasts.
It's a holdover of puritanical religous views, right? In the same vein I would say the US is totally over zealous with its censorship of swearing, too.
Yep. Unfortunately, its very hard to change the mindset of "you should be ashamed of your body" when its been the accepted truth for generations and anyone that thinks otherwise is "sick, twisted, and evil".
Free the fuckin titties, we all got em
As stupid as they were for getting into a chase I do wonder if the police could've avoided instigating one altogether, they weren't doing any harm before they were approached.
its a minor fine vs many felonies what they did. Even if its stupid you don't go on a high speed chase from the cops just take your ticket and bring that up to the judge.
female presenting nipples
On the other hand you don't want some creepy weirdo to flash their dicks at kids or women and scarring them (I know its a stretch but its quite legitimate)
if only they covered up with pure and righteous male nipples this would have never happened
There's a huge difference between nudity and sexuality and just because you never learned the difference doesn't mean other people haven't.
France absolutely gives a fuck though and the public places where you're allowed to walk around partially or completely naked are specific and limited. And even then, besides nudist colonies genitals are out of the question no matter what.
You would most definitely be arrested for that. The Public Order Act of 1986 prohibits behavior that is "threatening, abusive or insulting within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress". In practice, this means that if you are nude, minding your own business and practicing good nude beach etiquette on a beach that is unofficial but, by common consent, considered to be a nude beach, you are unlikely to have any problem. In England and Wales, if someone—a policeman or a member of the public—asks you to cover up, you should do so or you could be arrested. You probably would not be charged because someone would have to prove that you were deliberately trying to cause offense. But refusing to cover up when asked could cause you a great deal of inconvenience and, at the very least, ruin a good day out. The Sex Offences Act of 2003: Indecent Exposure relates to sexually motivated exposure of one's genitals, with the specific intention that someone will see them. Again, sunbathing, or naked cycling, like participating in the annual World Naked Bike Ride, isn't likely to get you into trouble. But hop off your bike or up from your beach blanket and deliberately wave your wobbly bits at someone and you're in trouble.
Er, I have no issue with nudity. But I believed it is both an extension of backward religious views from bygone eras extending into modern times, and to a lesser extend, creeps flashing to people. Hell, you want to get pissed about how ridiculous 'indecent exposure' laws are? You can be nude in your own home, and get FINED HERE, if your neighbour sees you naked and calls the police. I can't even change my fucking pants or underwear without thinking 'oh yea, better close the curtains because I don't want to be on front page of tabloid'
that's incredibly dumb holy shit p sure in most places the person looking would be in the wrong for voyeurism
Over here I believe it works on the basis of, it's your home, if someone looks in and see you naked, they need to deal with and mind their own business. I don't know exactly how it works though, I can't imagine two people having sex would get treated any differently but if someone was right in front of their window and flashing themselves towards anyone who walks by, that'd probably be considered indecent exposure, if you are inside your own home. But again, I don't know exactly how it works, it's never been relevant in my life.
Here, enjoy: https://singaporelegaladvice.com/appearing-naked-in-public-view/
https://www.clickhole.com/an-enemy-in-hiding-amongst-these-innocent-male-nipples-1831536735?utm_source=Facebook&utm_content=Main&utm_medium=SocialMarketing&utm_campaign=SF
Well, flashing is sexual aggression, which is not what I'm talking about. Nobody would be "traumatized" just from seeing a dick; the trauma would come from being harassed. There's nothing traumatizing about genitals, literally everyone has them.
except for trannies that cut theirs off
Police found marijuana in the vehicle and Mcleod was charged for driving under the influence after failing a field sobriety test, court documents showed. They were high when this all happened. Probably why the fled when the police arrived.
Although I don't disagree in principle, my dick still will get hard because he has a mind of his own
I have no idea what your point is or how either of your posts are connected.
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