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bholmlate

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I came across this article describing a women in the great state of Mormonville AKA Utah who is in court battling against the state's Lewdness law. She is accused of being topless in her own home. if convicted she will have to register as a sex offender for 10 years and could face jail time. From what I read she and her husband were hanging gypsum wall board in their garage and did not want to get their shirts dirty i am guessing it was a tad warm in the garage as well. While they were in the process her 3 step kids 9 and 13 walked in while both of them were topless. she “explained she considers herself a feminist and wanted to make a point that everybody should be fine with walking around their house or elsewhere with skin showing,. I guess the Ex-wife wanted to be petty and reported her to children protective services and she was charged. Funny her husband was not charged with any crime just her. I have no idea if there are were any other circumstances that caused her to be charged but in my opinion this is ridiculous. You may veiw this as poor judgement on her part but to throw the person in jail and make them register on the national register for sex offenders for walking around topless in their own home is a bit too far don't you think espeically in a country we claim as being free.
 

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Where is the line drawn then - as based on what you are saying a person could then be naked. Reality is it is different for a man vs a woman to be topless.

And you can do whatever you want in you home, just be smart about it.
 
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Here is how I understand it, please correct me if I interpreted it incorrectly...
She got into trouble for exposing herself to someone else's children.
 

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You do realize that your original question is poised to the entire world as there are people all over the world that are members of this forum. So the answer depends on what country you are answering from. In some parts of Canada it is legal for women to be topless. e.g. Ontario had a court challenge and now it is legal for women to be in public, topless. (unless it has been reversed as that was a few years back)
 
I came across this article describing a women in the great state of Mormonville AKA Utah who is in court battling against the state's Lewdness law. She is accused of being topless in her own home. if convicted she will have to register as a sex offender for 10 years and could face jail time. From what I read she and her husband were hanging gypsum wall board in their garage and did not want to get their shirts dirty i am guessing it was a tad warm in the garage as well. While they were in the process her 3 step kids 9 and 13 walked in while both of them were topless. she “explained she considers herself a feminist and wanted to make a point that everybody should be fine with walking around their house or elsewhere with skin showing,. I guess the Ex-wife wanted to be petty and reported her to children protective services and she was charged. Funny her husband was not charged with any crime just her. I have no idea if there are were any other circumstances that caused her to be charged but in my opinion this is ridiculous. You may veiw this as poor judgement on her part but to throw the person in jail and make them register on the national register for sex offenders for walking around topless in their own home is a bit too far don't you think espeically in a country we claim as being free.
Thats
 

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Who cares. It was in their house. Don't let your kids go over there. End of story
So you are saying that you'd be fine with your ex-wife's husband flapping his pecker around in front of your 12 year old daughter?
I'm embarrassed that some of you think this is acceptable behavior.
 

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I came across this article describing a women in the great state of Mormonville AKA Utah who is in court battling against the state's Lewdness law. She is accused of being topless in her own home. if convicted she will have to register as a sex offender for 10 years and could face jail time. From what I read she and her husband were hanging gypsum wall board in their garage and did not want to get their shirts dirty i am guessing it was a tad warm in the garage as well. While they were in the process her 3 step kids 9 and 13 walked in while both of them were topless. she “explained she considers herself a feminist and wanted to make a point that everybody should be fine with walking around their house or elsewhere with skin showing,. I guess the Ex-wife wanted to be petty and reported her to children protective services and she was charged. Funny her husband was not charged with any crime just her. I have no idea if there are were any other circumstances that caused her to be charged but in my opinion this is ridiculous. You may veiw this as poor judgement on her part but to throw the person in jail and make them register on the national register for sex offenders for walking around topless in their own home is a bit too far don't you think espeically in a country we claim as being free.
No. We don't.

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So you are saying that you'd be fine with your ex-wife's husband flapping his pecker around in front of your 12 year old daughter?
I'm embarrassed that some of you think this is acceptable behavior.
Didn't say anything about him hanging out. It was her. I think it is weird not something to be on a sex offender list.
 

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Crazy ex. End of story. No way she should be in any sort of trouble.
 
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