Naked Moonbat Perverts Run Wild in San Francisco
Decent people are advised to steer well clear of San Francisco, where the depraved Nancy Pelosi-electing locals have once again refused to wear clothing in public:
Several dozen men and at least one woman took part in a naked protest Saturday in an area of the Castro District neighborhood that has become known for its nude visitors. Several carried signs that read, “Nudity is Not a Crime” and “Get Your Hate Off My Body,” as they milled around, undeterred by the brisk weather and light mist.
Nudity is not the only thing the Castro District is known for. Male tourists who venture into this inner circle of moonbat hell are advised that if you drop your wallet, better to just leave it than to risk bending over.
San Francisco generally allows public nudity, but a city supervisor has proposed regulating the practice. Supervisor Scott Wiener’s proposal would require the clothing-averse to cover up in restaurants. It would also require nudists to put a cloth or other barrier under their bottoms if they take a seat in public.
The event, which had been scheduled before Wiener’s proposal was announced, was part of the unofficial celebrations leading up to the annual Folsom Street Fair, billed as the world’s largest leather and fetish event.
The Folsom Street Fair features not only public nudity, but revolting acts of homosexual depravity performed on city streets in the presence of children. At least liberals have an alternative to the family values they despise.
The perverts participating in the nude-in chose to hold it near a screening of “The Littlest Mermaid” so as to disgust and horrify the maximum number of children and their parents. Don’t forget to approve of their behavior lest someone call you a homophobe.
On a tip from Wiggins. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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