An appeal by a group of women against a ban on topless sunbathing on Ocean City Beach in Maryland has reached the U.S. Supreme Court. On appeal, the women argue that the ordinance approved by the city in 2017 is unconstitutional because it is discriminatory and men are not allowed to bathe women, i.e. go barefoot. Last August, the Federal Court of Appeals in Richmond unanimously agreed with city officials that, like many American beach resorts, it has imposed restrictions on women, not men, in order to protect them. General sensitivity. So now Maryland women have decided to go to the Supreme Court and seek their own appeal, underlining whether “protection of traditional moral sense” can impose discriminatory behavior against women.
The court will now be able to respond by January 7. This is not the first time the Supreme Court has questioned the tops of women’s groups fighting against topless orders: it did not accept the appeal filed by three women in New Hampshire in 2020 who were fined for showing themselves topless. , And they always used the unconstitutional argument of restrictions targeting only women.
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