This discussion had been tabled from a July 16 Park Board meeting. This provision does not apply to theatrical, musical, or other artistic performances upon any park or parkway where no alcoholic beverages are sold. Since no state or city law explicitly forbids toplessness, the only place in Minneapolis where it was illegal for females to be topless was in parks and on parkways. If there is more lewd behavior, in terms of sexual behavior or conduct that is seeking attention, then it might bring charges. They argued that an ordinance that has certain requirements of women in this circumstance, wearing shirts at public parks to cover their breasts but not of men, is unconstitutional.
Minneapolis Park Board weighs repealing part of nudity ordinance
MINNEAPOLIS LITIGATOR | TOPLESS SUNBATHING | MINNESOTA DEFENSE
After weeks of protesting, volunteering, and donating after the murder of George Floyd, Elsie Olin and Kristian Calbert wanted to take a moment to relax. Like other beach-goers, Olin and Calbert spent part of their time sunbathing topless, but later put their tops back on. Soon after, cops from both Golden Valley and Minneapolis Parks arrived. They went straight to Olin and Calbert, requested their IDs, and told them to expect to receive citations for public nudity. Clothed and confused, they asked why.
Topless Woman At Duluth Beach Sparks Debate About Public Nudity
Helena Howard says it's legal on non-Minneapolis Park Board roads and that women should be able to go topless on a hot day. Sometimes Helena Howard brings her adorable pup, Grazie, along too. All else for them is optional though, including a shirt. Excerpt Read more at 12news.
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