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The movement challenges the convention that men are allowed to be topless in public while it is considered indecent or sexual for women to do the same. The campaign asserts that it should be legally and culturally acceptable for women to bare their nipples in public. It does not aim to force every woman to go topless in public.


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Benson says that transgendered individuals add an additional level to the vagueness analysis. Benson says that, as written, the ordinance is not clear whether it applies to male-to-female transgendered individuals.

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Others have based their opinions on which gender the individual identifies with. Breasts and sexuality The lawsuit raises several issues that have been addressed in other jurisdictions. Some take a hybrid approach. For instance, ina New York court found that a statute similar to the Chicago ordinance violated the Equal Protection clause of the U. In People v.

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SantorelliN. Professor Sara Benson, a lecturer at the University of Illinois College of Law, notes that Illinois already provides protection for women who want to breastfeed in public see article on Even though it is legal, some women "encounter issues with actually exercising [that] right. to post comments. In order to comply with Chicago's indecent exposure ordinance, Tagami and other protesters had painted their breasts to satisfy the ordinance's "opaque covering" requirement. According to Benson this is likely the basis for Chicago's ordinance.

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Tagami's lawsuit seeks the reversal of the ruling, a declaratory judgment that the ordinance is facially unconstitutional, and compensatory damages from the city and Chicago Police Officer Ramona Stovall, the officer who issued the notice. Is a Chicago ordinance that requires women but not men to cover their breasts unconstitutional?

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January LawPulse Bills produce six-person and better paid juries and a new eavesdropping law. LawPulse The right to go topless. The lawsuit raises several issues that have been addressed in other jurisdictions.

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Although the law applies to "females," it is unclear how the law would be applied to a male-to-female transgendered individual going topless in public. She notes that "[on the ordinance's] face, if a male-to-female transgendered individual is [topless] in public, he might be able to walk around showing breasts because he is a man.

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Illinois bar examiners give breastfeeding moms extra time. The right to go topless.

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However, in Tagami's case, paint that fully covered her breasts was found to violate the ordinance. By Matthew Hector. Work on Illinois standardized court forms continues. The City of Chicago might use the "women's breasts are sexual" argument to justify the ordinance, Benson says. On the other hand, she says, some jurisdictions permit women to be topless only if they are not seeking to make a profit.

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Nevertheless, she was issued a notice of ordinance violation and ultimately found liable by an administrative law judge in the city's Department of Administrative Hearings. Tagami was issued a notice of ordinance violation on August 24, when she was participating in "Go Topless Day," an annual event where women go topless in public to express their view that women, like men, should not be prohibited from appearing bare-chested. Benson notes an ironic possibility in Tagami's lawsuit. Tagami also argues that the City's ordinance is vague.

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Some courts have taken a biological approach to the question. Titled "Indecent Exposure or Dress," the ordinance prohibits women from exposing to public view "any portion of the breast at or below the areola. Transgendered breast-barers Benson says that transgendered individuals add an additional level to the vagueness analysis.

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In an interview with the Chicago TribuneTagami's attorney argued that low-cut tops and dresses could also be prohibited under the ordinance because they expose portions of the breast that are below the top of the areola. Thank you for viewing this Illinois Bar Journal article.

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On November 12,Sonoko Tagami sued the City of Chicago alleging that section of the city's municipal code is impermissibly vague, representing an unconstitutional infringement on her First and Fourteenth Amendment rights.