It comes down to the Supreme Court of the United States A group of women appeal against the ban on topless sunbathing on the beach in Ocean City, Maryland.. On appeal, the women argue that the ordinance passed by the city in 2017 is unconstitutional and discriminatory, denying women the right to bathe men, that is, to go naked.
The The Richmond Federal Court of Appeals unanimously agreed with city officials last August, As many other U.S. beach resorts do, topless on the beach, they have imposed restrictions on women, not men, to protect public sensitivity. So now Don del Maryland They decided to turn to the Supreme Court to ask for their appeal to be accepted, underlining whether “the protection of traditional moral sensibilities” is very important. Discriminatory treatment of women.
at this time The court can reply next January 7. This is not the first time groups of women fighting anti-topless orders have questioned the Supreme Court: it did not accept the appeal filed by three women who were fined for showing themselves topless in New Hampshire in 2020. , They have always used the argument that prohibitions targeting only women are unconstitutional.
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