S.F. Nudists to Pack City Hall Today for One Last Showing

Categories: Public Nudity
Joseph Schell
Naked people looking not so excited
Just in case you've liked what you've seen as of late, public nudists will be stripping down at City Hall again as the Board of Supervisors signs off on a new law officially banning naked people in San Francisco.

If it does pass, prolific nudist Gypsy Taub has asked everyone drop trou right there in the board chambers, in the name of free speech.

"IF THEY PASS THE BAN - WE ALL GET NAKED!" she wrote on her website

See also: Local Blogger Arrested for Trying to Photograph Supervisor Scott Wiener's Wiener

Once the law goes into effect, which won't happen until February 2013, you and your kid won't be subjected to anymore flapping penises, unless of course you're at Folsom Street Fair or Gay Pride.

However, nudists aren't getting dressed without a fight; the group filed a lawsuit in San Francisco, claiming the city is prohibiting their free speech (aka naked bodies). Last month, the Board of Supervisors signed off on Supervisor Scott Wiener's ban on public nudity, which spared even more public nudity around town.

On Friday, nudists gathered indoors (they don't like to get naked in the rain?) to protest the ban,comparing the nudity ban to the much-despised gentrification of San Francisco.

If you know of some tourists looking for something to do today, tell them to head down to City Hall at 2 p.m. today and watch this mass disrobing.

My Voice Nation Help

Now Trending

From the Vault


©2014 SF Weekly, LP, All rights reserved.