Tuesday, November 20, 2012

San Francisco Bans Nudity

    Conservative, frumpiness is coming to SanFrancisco. The city's Board of Supervisors voted six to five to ban public nudity despite a tradition of free expression in the City by the Bay.  Ironically it was Supervisor Scott Weiner who proposed the cover up.
     The legislation still needs the mayor's signature, but it would seek to crack down on exposed genitals on public streets particularly in the city's Castro District.
      You'll convince me San Fran has changed when they no longer elect Nancy Pelosi.
News from The Associated Press

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

No doubt the 60's inspired ruling class thinks all their college year social movements is the way the world is today. What's the separation from free expression to perversion?

Anonymous said...

If Politicians from San Fran expose themselves they get off for 'insufficient evidence!'