About 3,000 scantily-clad people took to the streets of Salt Lake City (video below) on Saturday to protest conservative laws in Utah with an “Undie Run," which began near the Mormon church headquarters and continued about two miles to the State Capitol.
After protesters stripped down to their underwear (which could not be see-through or they would be arrested), they were given the chance to donate their clothes to the homeless. Donations of canned food were also accepted.
Participants were encouraged to bring signs and write messages on their bodies to call attention to specific causes, such as gay marriage. According to the Utah Undie Run website, the event also set a goal of registering 3,000 new voters.