On the southern beaches of France, women are allowed to lounge “topless legally.” The same goes for South Beach in Miami and in certain places in California, Chicago as well as Tunisia, Africa. While nude bathing has been going on for several years it seems more tolerated than allowed, yet rarely do any sex related crimes occur there. That is not to say that it hasn’t happened, but these places hardly ever see such incidents. What does this mean? If (and yes, this is a big if) more women were allowed to go topless in public places would that be a good thing or a bad thing? On the beaches most men are protectors of the women, but if you have ever visited one of these beaches you could sense the peacefulness of them. Most men seem to get used to seeing women topless immediately upon visiting and many times will not even be phased by it. Why is that? Granted, men are visual, but if they can behave in this type of environment then can it happen in other public places as well? Should women be allowed the same freedoms as men when it comes to wearing less? Could a woman feel comfortable in that type of environment? Please state your opinion here.
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