If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair, but make sure you keep your clothes on. Supervisors at the one-time hippie mecca voted on Tuesday to ban nudity in the city.
Yet supervisor Scott Wiener (yes, his name is pronounced WE-ner), the author of proposal, said that not all nudity is bad. "It has its place. We're just trying to chart some kind of middle path." Wiener went on to say, "This legislation is really about genitals. I'm not looking to get anyone arrested because they are showing a plumber's crack or wearing a bikini."
Some events, such as the Pride Parade and the Folsom Street Fair, will be exempt from the ban. Wiener said, "People at these events expect to see nudity. You can choose to go or not go. It's not 365 days a year in a neighborhood."