Nipple Slips Targeted By N.C. Lawmakers: Too Much "Exposure" Could Mean Felony

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North Carolina representatives have introduced a bill that would "clarify" a state law to ban nipple slips and otherwise prohibit the baring of breasts.

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    omg.. I am speechless.. And EVERY AMERICAN should take notice... the bill to create a North Carolina STATE RELIGION also was introduced. Hello, American Taliban.. We will know ye by your words!

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    organs of sex and excretion... look out ladies (and some gentlemen), here come the veils.

    Erica-l-holt

    NC needs to take care of the real fucking problems before worrying about a woman's nipples.

    Amber-hoekstra

    I understand making laws about these things in a sense, because we all know the people who have to push limits. But 6 months in jail? Give me a break.

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    So America's war against freedom continues, with North Carolina becoming the first state to adopt Sharia law. .... "Organs of sex"? -- Does that include the skin? the eyes? the lips? .... And what about singers who bare their soul? Not a shred of fabric stands between the audience and the singer's naked emotion. Shouldn't the government do something about that??




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