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"Go Topless Day" Part 2: This Time in Canada

| by Mark Berman Opposing Views

It's the gift that keeps on giving -- if you missed Sunday's "Go Topless Day," in which women parade around topless (hence the name), you have another chance this Sunday. However, you have to go to Canada to catch a glimpse.

The annual event poses the following question: If men can walk around topless, why can't women? Hundreds of people turned out for events in a dozen U.S. cities this past Sunday. Women were either topless or wore pasties. Men were on hand as well, claiming to be concerned about equal rights for women.

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Now the event moves North, with Toronto and Vancouver hosting rallies this Sunday. The point might be moot, however -- it is already legal in those two cities for women to be topless in public. But still...

Now the bad news -- the event is organized by a cult-like group called the Raelians. Members believe in UFOs and lots of other unusual things. But hey, they also believe in topless women, so they can't be all bad.