Yep, topless women walked around downtown Phoenix yesterday to protest against gender inequality.
"Go Topless Day" was an international effort, and Jenna Duffy, the organizer of the local event, told New Times that if guys can walk down the street "topless," women should be able to do it too.
For the "pics or it didn't happen" crowd -- we've got you covered.
It probably goes without saying, but if you're not supposed to look at breasts -- male or female -- at work, then this qualifies as "not safe for work."
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