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May 30, 2014


IT was inevitable... As inevitable as was the legalization of cannabis. Recently the US House voted in favor of a bill with an amendment added to not fund federal raids on marijuana in states where cannabis is legal for medical use. It now moves to the US Senate... the former Republican majority, the latter a  Democrat majority. To me, that is great news!

Some people disagree. Some people will always disagree.

They argue principles, morality, decency, public good.

I argue, "Live and Let Live; Stop the Hurt; Stop the Shame; Stop Arresting people for:

Being female and taking their tops off!

And marijuana use too, but this is about Women's Rights, and exposing their nipples.

I'm not joking...

We see signs in stores before we enter, "Shirt and Shoes Required". Hey, women don't have to think abut it at all... for men I'll wager that 30 - 40% of establishments with that requirement look the other way for men.

One way I know this is that while living in Boston and going out for a night to a special place - a penthouse club where proper attire was required, both my girlfriend and I wore jeans - not allowed, yet they let her in, no problem, me, they told me I wasn't properly dressed, to leave. When I argued there were women wearing jeans a police officer stepped forwards and asked, "Is There A Problem?"

Ahh, but why did I not simply accept rules of etiquette? We have a double-standard and we should not question it.

The question is: Are Men and Women Equal?

The answer should be yes, and why? We're all, of any race, any tribe, any family, all human beings. Life is difficult and it's the goal of human beings to find peace, love and prosperity.

Having made my argument, you may think I'm delusional... if so, seems we are at worlds-end as gay Marriage is legal now in most states as well as on a federal level, marijuana is gaining wide acceptance and the Reefer madness era seems to have sunk, with no black-box to emit pings that can't be traced anyways. By 20/20 I predict marijuana will be legal in 2/3rds of the states. The Schedule One mentality, the stepping-stone ideology, all sunk. None were ever real to begin with, that's what is so tragic. But that's in my following post, back to equal rights.

There's a movement on, in case you hadn't noticed, to give women the right to dress the same as men and that means topless.

FOXNEWS: "Brits Olivia Edginton, 20, Lydia Buckler, 21, and Norwegian Ingvild Marstein Olsen, 20., are encouraging people around the world to strip to the waist with their Topless Tour project, reports the U.K.'s Orange News."
This may seem insane or immoral, to me it doesn't.

Scout Willis, the 22 year old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, recently bared sans shirt in NYC, where apparently it's legal - I did not know that! But then I'm a guy and I don't have to wear a shirt, though I CHOOSE to.

"Well, that's one way to make a statement."  Scout Willis might be saying...

"Scout Willis walked down the streets of New York City Tuesday wearing nothing but a skirt and flats to protest Instagram's policy against female a big way."

The link will bring you to the censored pics of Scout Willis. Willis Link:

Accepting new ways of thinking I understand it's difficult. However I don't see the world in black and white. I see shades of gray and rainbows.

Happy 21ST Century... One Hundred years ago the beginning of WWI began... not for US... but it began.

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