Sorry for double posting; Then she says "Have you ever seen a child cry because they saw a naked person? What do children do when they see naked people? They laugh. It makes them happy, it doesn't traumatize them." Um, they are laughing AT the naked person, because nudity is considered obscene, just like how little kids giggle when they hear people cuss. "Making them happy" as the reason sounds a bit more than creepy. Just EW. I just kinda want to have her realize that as a group of kids go by her protest and laugh at how ridiculous she's being. Among many things, kids are not nice when they want to say something >:P
I'm not sure what my views are on public nudity honestly, I think it's spurred on because of our culture in taking such things as being bad and wrong that it's considered a problem to everyone else. Nudity doesn't technically cause any problem. Though at the same time, people would rather not look at that kind of thing.
Yeah, there are just times people should be a little conscious of their appearance, and whether they are blinding people... Sure, wear what you want to express yourself, but there is a limit where self-expression kinda has to take a back seat for peoples' sanity >.>
I confess, I have not been to a Wal Mart in several weeks and it's probably been months since I last stepped into a K-Mart or a Target.
But when I was in the boonies of PA, Wal Mart was the only game in town unless I wanted to drive an additional 25 or so miles. OH MAH GAWD! The people there, it was like seeing the survivors in The Hills Have Eyes.
Being nude is not freedom of speech, it's freedom of expression dammit! The only time it counts as freedom of speech is if they can make it symoblic in a protest I wonder why no one seems to point that out in the articles >.>