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Rejoice. We finally made it — two weeks later than last year.
Typically the New Hampshire TOPLESS season starts in May. But, this year has been particularly cold. It fell into the mid-50s last night but quickly warmed up into the high-60s by 10am. By the time I got back, after 90 minutes in the Sun, it was in the 70s.
Don’t lose any time. Winter will be with us before you know it!
So, this, of course, exceeds anything we have managed to achieve in New Hampshire — the Hampton Beach topless events notwithstanding.
This was protesting the Facebook and Instagram ban on photographs of the female nipple, though the whole issue of ‘Free The Nipple‘ is still very relevant especially after the New Hampshire Supreme Court, inexplicably, claimed that it was NOT discriminatory to ban the female nipple but not the male.
So, it is good that the fight continues.
I am a supporter. I believe in equal rights to both sexes when it comes to going topless — a right I exercise near daily in the Summer.
So, here is to “Free The Nipple“.
N.H. Supreme Court Ruling On ‘Free The Nipple’ (Kia Sinclair et. al.) Is Confounding & Seems A Travesty.
The February 8, 2019,
New Hampshire Supreme Court
Opinion on Kia Sinclair et. al.
This NH Supreme Court ruling upsets me GREATLY.
How can it NOT be discriminatory. I as a male can do something, legally, that a woman can’t do — and that is not right and it is discriminatory on the grounds of gender.
This has to go to the U.S. Supreme Court.
This should not have anything to do with politics — Democrats vs Republicans, and who nominated the judges. This is all about people, equality and common sense.
I was a big supporter of Kia Sinclair when she started ‘Free The Nipple‘. Then we found out that there were NO State Laws in NH that forbid the display of nipples. I thought, obviously incorrectly, ‘CASE CLOSED’. Kia Sinclair was right. I was wrong. Case was not closed. We have to continue to fight.
And I am back on the case. This has to end. As the photo below clearly shows I try to go topless most days during the NH Summer. I consider it a right. If I can go topless then Kia Sinclair should also be allowed to go topless.
This is so inane. So, New Hampshire.
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Why of why of why?
Male players, as you can see from the image above, are allowed to prance around topless — as they should. And remember, I speak as one who goes running TOPLESS, in New Hampshire, most days during the Summer/Fall, including today.
As even a cursory search of this blog will prove, in buckets, I was an early and ardent supporter of ‘Free The Nipple‘. I have never had a problem with female toplessness! I believe in 100% equality when it comes to toplessness (and for that matter skimpy men’s bikini swimwear, e.g., Speedos).
French Alizé Cornet getting penalized at the U.S. Open was beyond stupid. She did NOT expose ANYTHING (and some, I am sure, are saying ‘Alas’).
This has to stop — PLEASE.
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Yesterday was COLD. Wore sweats. This morning it was in the very low 70s. Thought I would need my sleeveless T-shirt. Actually put it on. But, once I got outside I realized that it was plenty warm enough to go topless.
It is always good to run topless. Don’t ask me why I was running a tad faster as my the pace on my Fenix 5 kept on informing me. At one point I slowed down to a near stop to make sure that the pace was correct.
This is ~13 pounds of added weight get up. ~5 pounds on the wrist the rest in the backpack.
Yes, I KNOW. I need to lose at least 20 pounds. Put this weight on during the last year. Not sure why. Probably because I am eating/drinking too much and not exercising enough. Plus I am cheating more on my low-carb diet. Yes, I know. I have to lose weight. I look like Trump. YIKES.
But, the good news. REJOICE.
The New Hampshire 2018 topless season, for BOTH genders, is now open — and remember there are NO STATE ordinances stopping you going topless.
..by Anura Guruge
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I go topless most of the Summer and well into the fall. Having grown up in Europe and still being very European (or at least British) at heart I have no problems, whatsoever, with men or women going topless. As far as I am concerned, that Laconia c. 2000, ‘banned’ female flashing during ‘Bike Week’ is very un-American and discriminatory. Given all the man boobs freely on show, I would much prefer to see more delicate and delectable offerings. Going to topless beaches in Europe is just part and parcel of living there. Never had any problems when whoever I was with went topless. As I had been told ‘it is much less conspicuous to be topless than to be covered‘! Plus, as I had discovered, to my cost, they all look the same after the first ten thousand. Cracked me up the first time I went to Waikiki Beach in Hawaii in 1985. All these women going to so, so much trouble to expose as much as they could without going topless. It was hilarious. Just go topless.
Since I stoutly defended my future Queen, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, during the childish topless flap, I get quite a number of hits when folks are searching the Web for ‘topless’ references.
Today I noticed a new variation that immediately piqued my interest. Folks were falling over themselves doing searches for ‘topless in NH‘. I, being the season cynic I am, knew at once that this was NOT what it appeared to be. Though I would embrace it gladly, I know NH way too well (and I am a Granite State Ambassador (GSA)) to appreciate that it is more than unlikely that we would, in my lifetime, see ladies cavorting topless on Gilford beach. But, I was curios. As soon as I saw that the event was being held in Rumney, the ‘redneck‘ capital of NH, where dentist go to daydream of the untold riches they could have if they could just treat 5% of the residents, the game was up.
Yes, it is topless, and I hope that as with Bike Week there will at least be some surreptitious flashing, if not topless in topless. Here, this gives the game away. Enjoy.