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A Colorado city this week formally removed a public ordinance from its code that banned women from going topless in public, months after an appeals court ruled such a law constituted discrimination against women. Fort Collins, Colo. By not fighting the ban and appealing the ruling to the Supreme Court, women can essentially go topless legally in the six states that fall under the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals: Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah and Wyoming. The move marks a major victory for Brittiany Hoagland and Samantha Six, the plaintiffs in the lawsuit first filed inand for the FreeTheNipple movement, which aims to decriminalize female toplessness and promote gender equality.
The former ordinance in Fort Collins said females over age 10 were not allowed to knowingly expose their breasts in any public place or on certain private properties that could be viewed from a public area.
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Judge’s order to allow women to go topless in Fort Collins