How men can help normalize public bare-chestedness (part 1, thumbs up for the thumbs up.)

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National Mall, Washington D.C.  Summer 2015.   This lovely gentleman walked by a couple times before timidly and politely asking if we could chat.  He was curious and genuine with his interest and support.  I asked to take a picture with him to record the friendly exchange.  National Mall, Washington D.C.
Summer 2015.
This lovely gentleman walked by a couple times before timidly and politely asking if we could chat. He was curious and genuine with his interest and support. I asked to take a picture with him to record the friendly exchange.

This is a touchy topic, pun intended.

When men openly support topfreedom, they make themselves vulnerable to criticism that they only want to see women’s breasts, implying their motives are impure.

I believe the vast majority of men who support gender equality are genuine.  I also believe they enjoy seeing bare breasts.  I also believe, most fundamentally, that they hope to see, support and be in relationship with women who are healthy, confident and happy.

After all, what is more beautiful than a contented woman?

I see this entire movement as a collective challenge in which men and women together become normalized to the idea of bare…

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