Why did nobody tell me about National Topless Day? I could have at least ordered a cute bra.
There will be a lot of boobs protesting in front of the White House on Aug. 26.
It's not what the protesters will be saying that makes them boobs; it's what they will be showing, to say: We're here. We're topless. Get used to it.
Women who want the federal government to advance the rights of women to go topless anywhere that men can -- at a beach, pool, gym, yoga class -- will bare their breasts and celebrate "Go Topless Day," an annual event that takes place the last Sunday in August in cities all over the U.S. and the world.
To celebrate, women -- and the men who support that noble cause -- come together to protest what Nadine Gary, president of the organization behind Go Topless Day, believes is a hypocritical violation of civil rights.
Currently, Go Topless Day protests are scheduled in 30 cities around the world, including 12 in U.S. cities, from Los Angeles to Miami to New York.
(I can't post the video from last year's, but here's the link: NSFW)