Officials of Asbury Park in New Jersey will vote on July 7 as whether or not to allow a topless beach along the Jersey Shore.
The city’s Deputy Mayor John Loffredo told the New York Daily News, “Women in other parts of the world go to the beach topless. We think New Jersey women are just as beautiful as any women anywhere in the world.”
From the newspaper:
It’s a battle women already fought and won in New York – where every beach in the state is legally a topless beach. A 1992 ruling from the state’s highest court threw out a law that made it illegal for women to take their shirts off in public.
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