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'Go Topless Day' Comes to Hampton Beach Sunday

Police Chief Richard Sawyer said officers are not aware of any counter-protests planned

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    "Go Topless Day," an event planned at locations across the country planned by "Free the Nipple" supporters, is set to get underway at Hampton Beach in New Hampshire Sunday.

    According to Seacoastonline.com, police say there will be no extra police presence at the beach and that officers will respect.

    Some supporters have reported being harassed and having ice cubes thrown at them at prior events.

    Police Chief Richard Sawyer said officers are not aware of any counter-protests planned.

    'Free the Nipple' Movement in N.H.

    [NATL-NECN] 'Free the Nipple' Movement in N.H.
    For beach-goers at Hampton Beach in New Hampshire, this past weekend was all about freeing the nipple. Women, and even some men, went topless as part of the "Free the Nipple" movement. It's a nationwide campaign to promote equality for men and women by eliminating the double standard of women having to cover their breasts. (Published Monday, Aug. 24, 2015)

    "Free the Nipple" supporters seek to fight back against societal norms and laws against exposing breasts.


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