The three women were found guilty and fined $100, which they later tried to overthrow.
U.S.-The Northeastern U.S. Supreme Court of New Hampshire will be held this Friday Convictions for three women that They show their breasts on the beach,break Local regulations.
In May 2016, activists from “Free Nipples” (Release the nipples) Ginger Piero decided to do Topless yoga on the beach From the city of Locania.
However, this move violated the law prohibiting nudity in public places, which specifically prohibits “It shows that the coverage of female nipple in any part of the nipple is less than opaque.” The audience alarmed the police, and Piero was arrested.
Three days later, activists Kia Sinclair and Heidi Lilley decided Sunbathing nude photos on a beach in another city to protest Piero’s arrest.
Three women were found guilty and found guilty. $100 fine. They then called for the revocation of their convictions on the grounds that they were victims of gender discrimination.
But most people in the state Supreme Court opposed this because the law “only reflects the fact that the traditional understanding of what constitutes nudity by men and women is not vague.”
The female prosecutor Dan Hynes said he was “disappointed” by the ruling and believed that the court had ruled “It is a crime to tolerate being a woman effectively.”
Now, his client has set his sights on the Federal Supreme Court.
Only some states in the league prohibit women from showing their breasts, while others have imposed restrictions, especially with regard to breastfeeding.