Another Naked Protest Against Nudity Ban | SF
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San Francisco City Hall | 1 Dr. Carlton Goodlett Pl., San Francisco, CA
In true repetitive San Francisco spirit, get naked or as bare as you dare at a nude protest against the recently enacted nudity ban on the steps of San Francisco City Hall facing the library at noon on Friday, February 1, 2013.
Come join the clothing-optional protest against the nudity ban and send a message to San Francisco.
On January 29, 2013 Judge Chen has denied the preliminary injunction to block the city ban on nudity, which means that public nudity will be illegal in San Francisco starting on February 1, 2013, which in turn means there is a chance you might get arrested if you’re naked.
The organizers argue: “However, the US Constitution protects political speech. If we get arrested or fined while at the protest nude, it will be a blatant violation of our 1st Amendment right. Should the city authorities chose to arrest us, it will greatly strengthen our case against them.”
If you choose not to get naked, you can join them anyway. They ask that you bring a camera if you can.
In case of rain, go to the Center for Sex and Culture at 1349 Mission Street, San Francisco.