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Hat’s off—hell, everything off—to those bold, freedom-loving, breast-baring ladies of The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society for sponsoring a performance of Shakespeare’s The Tempest with a cast of 13, all nude.

How’d they get away with it, totally nude, in Central Park, on Manhattan, in New York City? Since it was an “artistic endeavor,” it was legal.

“Fully nude?” you ask. “I know it’s legal for women to go topless anywhere in New York a man can, but I didn’t think it was legal for either women or men to go fully nude in public?” Well, under most circumstances that’s so. But there’s an exception to the laws against what’s called “public exposure,” and one of them is if you are performing in an artistic performance. Such as a play. Such as The Tempest by William Shakespeare.

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The Tempest

The Tempest