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The fight for equal rights between men and women goes a long way back in history books, but some inequalities still exist today. A feminist movement has been growing across the nation in hopes of leveling the playing field when it comes to clothing, or the right to be topless. If you look at a picture of a man without his shirt on, odds are you probably think nothing of it, but change the picture to a topless woman and feelings likely change.
Now, a campaign is trying to eliminate the double standards when it comes to how men and women can dress. Healthy and happy kids are a priority for Kristen Dodds, but she says her personal beliefs and parenting style often make others uncomfortable.
It's not innappropriate. It's not remotely sexual. It's feeding . Nothing more. It's feeding ," Dodds said. Dodds, a strong advocate for breastfeeding, thinks the stigma that goes along with it could be eliminated through a feminist movement called Free the Nipple. The campaign aims to expose the "naked truth" about nipples saying there's inequality between men and women who want to bear their breasts in public. Around the nation, topless rallies are being held to show solidarity. The right to be topless varies from state to state and city to city.
In Minnesota, indecent exposure includes showing private parts and in Moorhead, the definition uses the word nudity. The ambiguous terms are open for interpretation, but in the places where it's legal, like throughout North Dakota and in Fargo, many find it offensive.
It's the same tissue than men have. It just grows slightly different," Dodds said. This isn't the first time we've seen a movement like this. Back in the s, men had to fight for their right to be topless, but could something like this work for women? Will the movement grow? We have women and men both clamoring to buy the most sexy bra," Burnett said. Burnett says if women just start to freely expose themselves, it could be recipe for sexual disaster.
It kind of goes along with the notion of what a woman is wearing. That's not an invitation to be sexually assaulted, but I think it would be used," Burnett said. Before the whole country can uncover, Burnett says we have to rework views of what sexy is and remind people what nipples are needed for. The Go Topless organization has held topless rallies as close as the Twin Cities, but they're hoping to make them more common and actually hope North Dakota will hold a rally of its own some day soon.
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