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Topfree Seven’s triumph
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Topfree Seven’s triumph

Celebrating 38 years since their arrest and the legal victory that reshaped gender equality in New York
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Thirty eight years ago, on June 21, 1986, seven women, led by Ramona Santorelli and Mary Lou Schloss, were arrested in Cobbs Hill Park, Rochester, New York, for removing their shirts and exposing their breasts. This act of civil disobedience aimed to challenge a state law that prohibited women from being topless in public while allowing men to do so, highlighting the gender discrimination inherent in the law and asserting their right to equal treatment. 🪐


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