Thursday 2 Questions #112 Public Nudity Ban in San Francisco
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Take a walk down the Castro district, Baker Beach or even in Golden Gate Park and it is inevitable that you will come across people baring it all. San Francisco is probably one of if not the most liberal city in the country. You literally see it all here. Many citizens are complaining and there is legislation in the works to ban public nudity in SF. It has reached a point where these "nudists" are becoming a tourist attraction. What does that say about our city?
Now, I am no prude and I am one of the most liberal people you would ever meet. However, I firmly believe public nudity should be banned. People should not be allowed to walk the streets without clothes. Why? for one it's unsanitary if they are sitting in any public venues, which they do and also I don't want to be subjected to having to see them. Not to mention, would you want your children to see them?
In my opinion there is such a thing as too liberal.
My two questions this week are:
1. Do you think public nudity should be banned?
2. Why or why not?
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