Go Topless Day is an international day of action for gender equality. People of all genders come together to highlight the inequality that still exists in our society
Go Topless Day is an international day of action for gender equality. People of all genders come together to highlight the inequality that still exists in our society and in our laws.
In many places, including Arizona, we have laws that blatantly discriminate based on gender. One such law is that which criminalizes toplessness based on gender (ARS 13-1402A). While cisgender males are perfectly within their legal rights to be topless in public, women and transgender people can be convicted of Indecent Exposure for the same act.
We are marching for equal topless rights for all. It is unjust to treat our bodies differently, to label our bodies “indecent”.
These laws are based on heteronormative, sexist assumptions and they must go!
This year’s march is on Sunday the 28th of August at 10am. We are meeting up at Steele Indian School Park and marching from there.
This is the fifth year in a row now Go-Topless has been in the State of Arizona. Please join us for a fun, empowering, and liberating march.