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From the good ladies at The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society, who regularly exercise their right to bare their breasts in New York City: This latest edition, in which they doffed their tops in Central Park, “below the bust of Thomas Moore, the Irish poet who wrote ‘The Last Rose of Summer,’ as fine a tribute to the season’s end as ever there was.”


No riots broke out, no children were harmed, the ladies reported.

“We weren’t a spectacle, we weren’t offensive. In as public a space as New York has, we were topless and decorum wasn’t shattered, nor traffic stopped, nor tourists scandalized, nor children scarred. Are you paying attention, Mayor de Blasio? Governor Cuomo?”