The people of San Francisco marched in the nude this weekend to protest against a law that would deprive them of their right to nudity in the streets of the city.
For now, walk around nude in San Francisco is not a crime. The law does not however prevent them to do, but it would require them to get dressed before going into a restaurant and use a towel to sit on public benches.
Nudists usually meet en masse at the Folsom Street Fair, but this year they were still more likely to parade naked to protest against this law.
Some said they were nude also insulted that anyone would think they would not have enough manners to not use a towel when they ask their buttocks on public benches, not to mention the lack of hygiene in schools public themselves. Nudists, but not unconscious!