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Public Nip-Slips Criminalized In North Carolina (VIDEO)

Rep. Rayne Brown co-sponsored the bill to prohibit women from baring their breasts.
Rep. Rayne Brown co-sponsored the bill to prohibit women from baring their breasts.

North Carolina introduces a bill that would criminalize nipple exposure.

State representatives introduced House Bill 34 that would prohibit women from showing too much of their “private area.”

The proposed legislation would make it a Class H felony to expose “external organs of sex and of excretion, including the nipple, or any portion of the areola, of the human female breast.”

According to Rep. Rayne Brown, the bill may sound frivolous and even funny, however, he says there are communities in the state that feel strongly about the issue.

Brown, who co-sponsored the bill, was prompted to propose the new bill by Asheville’s second annual topless protest last August.

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The topless protest drew around a dozen women, who all bared their breasts to “promote women’s equality.”

Penalties stated in the proposed bill could range from a 30-day sentence for “more mundane” exposure to six months in prison for showing errant aerola, which is basically a nip-slip.

Breastfeeding is an exemption.

What do you think of this bill? Should it pass?

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  • Zed

    Yea and when sexual harassment and rape crimes go up, dont cry.

  • Abigeal Roy

    We are in a free world hence free to do what one likes and is comfortable.

  • Dalumas Nick

    I think there are important bills that are of help to many and nobody is giving the consideration.

  • Griffins

    Yeah!!!!! I really prayed for someone appropriate to came up with such a bill , this ladies are seducing men badly and making them fall easily into temptation.

    • StygianAgenda

      moron

  • Ruth Jons

    There is no need of this bill, it does not make sense

  • Peter Steve

    YES this bill should be passed with an immediate effect

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