New Jersey May Soon Open Topless Beach
This is strictly for the bold and daring, the one who pessimistically hates having the tan bikini lines showing when she is wearing a strapless dress.
Yes, this is for you, are you bold enough to go topless and tan it ALL? Even better, wouldn’t you rather just driving a few miles to be able to do that at a beach where it is allowed? What’s the problem? Oh you live in the East Coast, New York to be exact? Here’s your solution – Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Simple as that. Only place that allows you to go topless as of now is Sandy Hook and that is run by feds. However, there is nowhere else roughly 140 miles coastline of Sandy Hook that allows this. In New Jersey, most beaches such as Belmar ban topless sunbathing. And the thought of allowing it has caused some type of an uproar.
Courtney Phillips of Ocean Township agrees with the banning, she added:
“Some things need to be saved for intimate moments with their significant other in the bedroom,”
“Not for everybody to see.”
However, Deputy Mayor and City Councilman John Loffredo protested saying,
"It’s a person’s prerogative if they want to go topless,”
Loffredo also noted that it is highly common in Europe as well as Miami Beach.
The proposal being considered by the city council would only authorize a ‘topless optional’ section at the far northern end of Asbury Park’s beachfront, modestly away from any homes or the boardwalk. But men can still walk up and ogle around. While the subject is still being treating with a dismissive response Deputy Loffredo ended,
“I could care less, honestly…
“I don’t think that’s gonna happen.”
In the meantime, I suggest flying out to Miami or just staying local(your private backyard.)
Beautiful beach girls...
by Mila Braz