Twenty years ago, a woman enjoying the summer sun in New York was arrested for not wearing a top. She argued in court that it was unconstitutional to allow men to be topless and not women. She won that argument. Ever since 1992, it has been legal for women to be topless in New York City, so long as they don't do it for commerce.
This week, a group of women sought to popularize the notion by reading books in Central Park while topless. The article is here and a non-lewd photo is below.
Some Caribbean and European countries allow this. What do you think?