San Francisco Bans Public Nudity & Brings On the Naked Crazies (VIDEO)

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nude protesterWell I never! San Francisco has voted to ban public nudity. Now where are people supposed to get their exhibitionist rocks off? I mean, what's next, San Francisco? Forcing everyone to don pinstripe suits and act like their freakin' parents?!?

Oh wait, the nudies are the old folks now. And it sounds like the young'uns are rebelling and saying NO, GRANDPA, nobody wants to see your nuts next to the nuts at the grocery store.

Did I mention this legislation was introduced by city supervisor Scott WIENER? Perfect. Anyway, the supervisors voted in favor of the city ordinance, but it's still not a done deal. Which means: Bring On the Nude Protestors!

Naturally (get it? NATURAL, heh heh), this new ban is not sitting well with the dedicated nudists of San Francisco. This violates their freedom of expression! This is just the prudification of America! Everyone knows little kids are perfectly fine with seeing adult naked bodies in public and it's not at all traumatic for them!

THE BODY IS BEAUTIFUL!!!

At the vote a handful of protesters leaped out of their trench coats and nakeded themselves in opposition. I guess San Francisco authorities are used to this sort of thing, so they were ready with blankets. But of course, it was too late. Wiener saw wieners. Everyone saw wieners. 

Anyway, it's the end of an era. I'm not personally against public nudity for moral reasons myself, but I'm not a big fan of it, either. (It's never the ones you want to see naked who become nudists, know what I mean?) I just think if most of the people in a city don't want to see genitals in public, folks should be respectful of their wishes. No one HAS to be naked in public.

And can I just say? I've been in San Francisco in the summer and I can't fathom why anyone would want to be naked there. It's so freakin' cold there! I don't think I've spent a warm moment in San Francisco ever in my entire life. I can't imagine why anyone wouldn't want to be wearing at least one sweater and a thick parka at all times. 

 

What do you think of San Francisco's proposed public nudity ban?

 

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