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Mary0826

Date Posted:02/11/2019 07:56:34Copy HTML

Back in the 1920's and into the 1930's, men were required to wear tops.  It looks like within 10 years, most men stopped wearing tops once society permitted it -- even at places where it was technically illegal.  If such laws were re-instated or new one passed (perhaps as part of a "equal rights" for women campaign), how long do you think all tops would become optional in swimming and sunning locations?


Beached_Santa_Cruz #1

Re:If men were required to wear tops, how long before women's anti topfree laws would be eliminated?

Date Posted:02/12/2019 03:57:31Copy HTML

That reminds me of something that happened where I used to work. We had a weight room that had "women only hours" and "men only hours". Because of meetings, work demand, etc it wasn't always convenient to work out at the appropriate time. So occasionally I would go in during women only times. When it was "men only time" there were always women in the weight room. After several months of the split times I was in during the "women only times" when there was no one in the room. A woman walked in , turned around, walked out, then returned with the person in charge of the weight room to ask me to leave. A couple of weeks later the same thing happened to me with the same woman. So the next time I went in during the "men only time" there were several women in the room. I went up to the desk and demanded they be thrown out. To say the least they were a bit pissed. Another week later, same thing. I had more women thrown out. A week later the sign specifying men and women's hours was taken down. Making everything equal will quickly change things.
ohiothonger #2

Re:If men were required to wear tops, how long before women's anti topfree laws would be eliminated?

Date Posted:02/12/2019 05:32:59Copy HTML

I like the thought in general -- make the same rules for everyone. However, even if you could do that (pretty slim chance,) and even if women's rules permitted topfreedom across the board, I doubt if much would change much from the way things are now. The people still have to go along with a rule stupid or logical. I think very few additional women would go topfree and very few men would wear thongs for that matter. It would take a major political/social effort to get such changes accepted by the majority of the people, and an even bigger effort to get people to actually participate themselves. Until then, women who are topfree will continue to be sluts, and men in thongs would still be unacceptable too. But who knows? The thong look was not supposed to reappear in our lifetimes, and then over a period of half a decade or so, they are now generally accepted and popularly worn in some locations and under certain situations.
Maxtlatl #3

Re:If men were required to wear tops, how long before women's anti topfree laws would be eliminated?

Date Posted:02/12/2019 10:08:16Copy HTML

BTW, last week the New Hampshire Supreme Court upheld a local ordinance under which 3 women were charged for exposing their nipples. It had the usual women-are-inherently-different-so-we-can-discriminate-here excuse. Here's the court's ruling: https://www.courts.state.nh.us/supreme/opinions/2019/2019012lilley.pdf
Maxtlatl #4

Re:If men were required to wear tops, how long before women's anti topfree laws would be eliminated?

Date Posted:02/17/2019 02:51:48Copy HTML

And on a brighter note, that past Friday, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals (which covers Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas, Oklahoma, Utah, and Wyoming) ruled in favor of "Free the Nipple", saying that forcing women to cover their breasts violated their equal protection rights. The opinion is available here: https://www.ca10.uscourts.gov/opinions/17/17-1103.pdf There is now a circuit split (with the 7th Circuit having ruled the opposite in a Chicago case). In some ways this worries me, since that often will lead to the Supreme Court examining an issue, and I have zero faith in the current Supreme Court make-up. However, I wouldn't mind being surprised.
JayByrd #5

Re:If men were required to wear tops, how long before women's anti topfree laws would be eliminated?

Date Posted:02/18/2019 12:56:43Copy HTML

I don't know if the court would pick this up. States right and all that. However, this current court.. conservative as it may be, does tend to be more constitutionally oriented. If the case is presented as unconstitutionally favoring one gender over the other, I think it has merit. Having said that, I'm often wrong... ask my wife.
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