Thats because its the second annual Go Topless Protest, where gals across the nation flash their ta-tas for equality.
Founder Nadine Gary says more than 100,000 mammary marchers flashed in last years rallies, and she expects numbers to double this time around.
Shes received tons of emails from women determined to go topless, despite consequences that could include a $500 fine, jail time, or being labeled a sex offender.
Gary hopes women hit the march chanting free your breasts, free your mind like last year.
Shes also encouraging male supporters to wear bras to the protest, since, as she puts it, Either we censor all nipples or none thats the U.S. Constitution.
The group hopes to present an online petition to President Obama or August 26, 2010 the 80th anniversary of Womens Equality Day so that going topless can be legalized everywhere.
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