Montreal Go Topless event: A report on Sunday’s demonstration

Jillian Page

Photo by Jillian Page exclusively for jillianpage.com and Turning the Page. No other reproduction permitted. Why should the men in this picture be allowed to be topless in public but not the women? In fact, the women in this picture were allowed to be topless in public Sunday during the demonstration at Mont-Royal in support of topless equal rights for women. Sylvie Chabot (centre, in white jeans) leads a march around the George-Etienne Monument on Mont-Royal as part of a Go Topless demonstration. (Photo by Jillian Page exclusively for jillianpage.com and Turning the Page. No other reproduction permitted.)

This morning before I headed out to the Go Topless demo in Montreal, I heard Sharon Hyland on CHOM-FM — my fave radio station — talking briefly about it. Besides giving the where-when-why details, she also mentioned that she doesn’t know any females who want to bare their breasts in public.

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