Jul 31, 2015 5:07 PM
HAMPTON BEACH - A group of Granite State women are looking to bare it all for women's equality.
Heidi Lilley and Kia Sinclair are organizing a ‘”Free the Nipple” event at Hampton beach on Aug. 23. It will be the same day women all around the world are celebrating women's equality by exercising their right to go topless.
More than 100 people are already planning to attend in New Hampshire.
There's a concern with some town officials it may not be considered family friendly.
“Breasts are absolutely family friendly and kid friendly," Sinclair said. "That's what they're made for, they're made to feed babies."
“They should be more than just a sexual object, they are more than a sexual object, Lilley said. "We need to de-sexualize them."
It is totally legal for women to go topless in Hampton.
Find out more about their event on their Facebook page.
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