Late last week, Free Beer & Hot Wings shared a story about a town in Colorado that passed a law to allow women to go topless in public.

That story got me thinking about whether any towns in New Jersey should follow that lead. Simply put, I'm for it. I know this probably sounds like I'm just some guy trying to scope out boobies, but c'mon, look at this realistically. If you go to a museum and see the classic nude sculptures, how can you argue that a woman made of stone is art but a living woman is lewd? If I'm at the beach, I can see literally hundreds of male nipples, but if one woman's nipple is visible, she can get in trouble?

We are inundated with sex all day long, from the internet to sexually suggestive television ads. If baseball games can feature a Viagra ad in between every inning, you can't argue that we need to shield our children from sex. Actually, I would argue that a woman walking around topless isn't even a sexual thing.

I know it sounds cliche but I do consider myself a feminist. It's silly that there are rules that allow men to walk around shirtless, but force women to cover up. The double-standard is absurd.

Here is a perfect example:

Free The Nipple
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Getty Images actually warned me that the above image featured nudity. Do you see any nudity in that picture? I see two women wearing clothes that cover a majority of their body. I know this might sound pretentious or esoteric, but a picture of a nipple is not a nipple. Ceci n'est pas une pipe! Rumer Willis (above, right) is the daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, and she's one of the most famous supporters of the "Free The Nipple" movement. Her sister, Scout, has also protested Instagram's nudity clause, pointing out the hypocrisy again that a male can post a shirtless picture but a female cannot.

What do you think? Should NJ pass a law that allows women to go topless? Should it be a town-by-town decision, or something that runs state-wide?

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