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Is being naked in public is fundamentally a breach of the peace? And therefore grounds for arrest?

Is a human body offensive?
The human body isn't offensive,"  "If that's what we're saying, as human beings, then it's not rational."

Being naked is "not generally accepted to be a human right".

 There is no evidence that nudity causes harm to anyone of any age, he says, and "body shame" results in widespread and often serious negative effects, mainly to children and young people.

The Supreme Court has, in fact, held that nude dancing, as practiced in strip clubs, is a form of free speech, 




"Modesty shows respect for yourself and others,"

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