US women go topless on "Women's Topless Day" using plastic nipples!

Written by Jaggedone

Monday, 22 August 2011

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Women's Topless Day in America has caused quite a "hoot" because it is forbidden for women to show their nipples off in public in the natural form.

Many bare chested women are demanding equal rights and want to do what many males do on hot summer days, strip. The authorities only ban women not men, because they have something against women "swinging" them in the malls and high streets.

As a protest against the ban, topless women stuck plastic nipples and red tape over their natural one's and the police were taken for a right "tit"!

Hetero men also joined in the parade because they want women to walk down the high street letting them all hang, out of course! Many gay man were seen running for cover; the sight of a female nipple in public is for many gay men just too much, ducky.

Next year the organisers of the parade, Brits actually, are plannning a "birthday suit rally" and hope that in the future both men and women can walk down the street in "God's outfit" without being hassled by the police.

Extreme, fundamental religious groups find the idea repulsive and are planning to protest against the march wearing Burkas, nuns outfits and dresses down to their ankles.

And as for gay men, they don't mind this time as long as the men let it all hang out too, in fact they'll give them all a hand, what a "hooter" that'll be!

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