There are many reasons for a group of people to march in public, from civil rights to parades to spontaneous musical-like dance routines. But perhaps no reason is more honorable than women marching for their right not to wear a shirt (possibly NSFW, 'cause there are, you know, boobs).

Yesterday, topless women in New York marched through Central Park on National Go Topless Day to the dulcet tones of "I'm Every Woman" by Chaka Khan, a song equally applicable to feminists, homosexuals and women without shirts. They were protesting for constitutional equality between men and women on being topless in public.

"We're all here for the same reason -- to allow women to be free in the park like men," said organizer Sylvie Chabot.

Marchers also joined in the event in California, Illinois, Florida, Ohio, Oregon and Hawaii. In New York, it's already legal for women to be topless, thanks to a 1992 court ruling, but the hope is that one day women across the country will be able to enjoy the same freedom.

Soldier on, topless ladies, soldier on.

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