The debate over public nudity has finally come to a head.
Supervisor Scott Wiener says he plans to introduce legislation later today that will seriously restrict public nudity in San Francisco. According to the plan, naked men (and women, if there are any) would no longer be allowed to flap freely in city plazas, parklets, sidewalks, streets, and public transit.
So basically, everywhere.
Nudity would be allowed at places and events where you go to see naked people — Folsom Street Fair, Bay to Breakers, Pride parade, or your own backyard.