Photos: Go Topless Day 2014 in Vancouver (warning: nudity)

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      On Sunday (August 24), Go Topless Day participants in downtown Vancouver took off their tops in support of women's equality.

      The event doubled as a celebration of the Raëlians, who believe that extraterrestrials created life on Earth.

      It also brought out lots of (mostly male) photographers eager to get shots of bare breasts.

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      Jack

      Aug 25, 2014 at 1:02pm

      wow, so about 10 not-particularly-attractive attention whores decided to get their tits out downtown and a crowd forms to take grainy pictures of it. And this is news? Incredible...

      Miranda Nelson

      Aug 25, 2014 at 1:05pm

      Dear activists, Jack would like you to be more attractive. Also, he is entitled to see some hot tits, because women are things!

      Double-edged sword

      Aug 25, 2014 at 1:20pm

      These women and men are trying to gain equality with how we view womens' bodies in public, and there's a gaggle of men taking pics for their spank banks. I get that not all guys taking pictures are doing that, but the majority probably are.

      John Lucas

      Aug 25, 2014 at 1:37pm

      These people are not "activists", they are members of a weirdo UFO cult, and they do this every year to get attention. Just sayin'.

      It's one of those "free love" cults, which almost always means that female members are free to have orgies with the charismatic male leader. Because women are things!

      Jack

      Aug 25, 2014 at 1:41pm

      Miranda Nelson, please stop being angry because you do not have hot enough tits to display in public.

      Miranda Nelson

      Aug 25, 2014 at 1:42pm

      Oh shit! You sure showed me!

      Also, grow up.

      matrix

      Aug 25, 2014 at 2:04pm

      Jack, when did you drop the Ass in your name? Shouldve kept it, it makes you shine beautifully in the light. Honey, people like you are why we are what we are. Topless equality is going to go on as long as you're alive and the rest your womanhaterz club is alive, cupcake.

      Geoff

      Aug 25, 2014 at 2:14pm

      this "protest" had one purpose, and one purpose only - to generate attention for the participants. As a psychologist I generally find that people who participate in these sorts of protests lacked attention from their mothers when young and they tend to act out in this manner in later years. Of course some may simply suffer from narcissism.

      Charlie Smith

      Aug 25, 2014 at 2:40pm

      I don't know what's worse: Jack's last comment or that there are three idiots out there who agreed with him.

      To Geoff,

      Aug 25, 2014 at 2:50pm

      usually the purpose of protests is to generate attention for participants. I also don't understand your definition of 'acting out'. I don't recall any behavioural issues at the event. As a narwhale, I find your comment a little f**ky.

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