Malia Wollan, writing for The New York Times:
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted 6 to 5 on Tuesday to approve a ban on public nudity. The vote means that there will be no more lounging nude in the city’s plazas, parading up and down city streets sans pants or riding subways and buses bare-bottomed.
I love that the guy who pushed for this is named Wiener. Irony of ironies.
I’m all for First Amendment rights, but even it has limits. For instance, public nudity can be a terrible thing when it’s accessible to the wrong crowd.