Monday, December 23, 2013

Natural Rights and nudity in San Francisco city

Public nudity is a Natural Right, as long as nudity does not accompany sexual exploitation and infringement on liberty. This Natural Right was normalized in San Francisco County, continuing the culture exhibited by the peace and freedom movement remembered today as the "hippies".
Gypsy Taub is the most famous advocate of the Natural Right to be nude outdoors, having arrived from her youth in the former Soviet Federation of Russia of the 1980s, where cultural freedoms and Natural Rights as they existed then were respected, as they are no longer in San Francisco where recently a ban on all public nudity was enacted. Together with her husband Jaymz Smith, they are joined by a growing consciousness for freedom of being left alone unmolested.

S.F. police surround a van holding Gypsy Taub and Jaymz Smith, who were arrested for public nudity at their naked wedding Thursday. Photo: Michael Short, The Chronicle []:

More photographs and text from "Naked truth behind Gypsy Taub's nude nuptials", 2013-12-16 by Sam Whiting from "San Francisco Chronicle" []. Here are some of the photos:
Gypse Taub, right, and her fiance Jaymz Smith sit for a portrait on the front steps of their home in Berkeley, CA, Friday, December 13, 2013. Nudity activists Gypsy Taub and her fiance Jaymz Smith are planning a naked wedding on the steps of San Francisco City Hall on Dec. 19. Photo: Michael Short, The Chronicle

During a public hearing for legislation proposed by Supervisor Scott Wiener that would ban nudity on public streets, Gypsy Taub takes her clothes off during the public comment session of the hearing in San Francisco City Hall on Monday Nov. 5, 2012 in San Francisco, Calif.

Gypsy Taub with fiance Jaymz Smith at her wedding announcement in San Francisco, in November. Chronicle file photo

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