Alrighty then…if these women really feel this way then why don’t they just walk around all day with no shirt on instead of being attention wh*res and having this protest. If they really wanted to help with gender inequality then they would protest against female genital mutilation, Barack Obama who pays women less, the Muslim religion that treats women like dogs….let’s see, I could go on but I can think of so many more important things to protest than gender inequality. Oh, how about gendercide in abortion where baby girls are aborted in preference to having a boy. Yes, it happens here in the U.S. all the time. One more thing, the horrific treatment of women and girls right now by ISIS should be #1 on this list so go put your shirt on “ladies” and do some REAL protesting.

In an effort to fight against perceived gender inequality and body shaming, male and female students at the University of California, San Diego gathered together Wednesday afternoon—completely topless.

More than 1,000 people RSVP’d to the event via a public Facebook page for the “Free the Nipple” event. The event description touted the sit-in as a “peaceful, laid-back, and safe environment.”

“Bring your curiosity, forget your shirts, and most importantly bring your love, compassion, and support for the cause,” the event description read. “Shirts, bra, tops – optional. Show up in whatever you feel comfortable with because it should be your choice!”

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Women who chose to go completely topless for the sit-in were encouraged to do so as a collective group in order to “protect the safety of the individuals,” according to another flier posted to Facebook.

Via: Campus Reform

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