Three judicial activists uphold San Francisco’s illegal ban on public nudity
San Francisco — Three judicial activists have ruled that San Francisco’s public nudity ban can continue to be enforced despite the fact that the O’Brien case in 1968 the court cited actually deals with obscenity (as does another case in 1973), not nudity.
The three out of touch judicial activists in robes ruled that the First Amendment does not apply to public nudity (it does, under two clauses). Gypsy Taub and George Davis, the two plaintiffs who later ceased contact with each other, sued San Francisco four years earlier.
There is absolutely no justification for restricting the rights of nudists, no matter the claim. I hope that Ms. Taub will appeal this outrageous ruling to the full circuit.