Free The Nipple - the movement that promotes equality and the desexualization of women and their breasts has taken over the world for years now.
Women's Equality Day is celebrated around the world on August 26th.
It was the day in history that equality was given and women gained their right to vote.
In 2018, gender equality and identity is more important than ever.
The #TimesUp and #MeToo movements have blown up and put a very important focus on sexual misconduct, the sexualization of women and girls, and the very real issue about gender equality.
These two important topics have begun to change the way the world views women, and the #FreeTheNipple movement is still going strong.
Go Topless Day falls directly on Women's Equality Day in 2018, and women all over the world will go topless and free the nipple in protest to gender norms implicated on women and girls, everywhere.
It doesn't take a genius to see the double standard put upon women and their breasts - typically forced there by the male "leaders" of our country's governments.
Montreal will once again play a part in International Go Topless Day, the protest being seen around the world to remove the stigma and sexualization of women's breasts.
Check out the map below and see which other cities in the U.S. and Canada who are participating.
What? National Go Topless Day
When? Sunday, August 26th, 2018
Where? Monument Sir George Etienne Cartier - Mount Royal Park
I hope to see all the strong women out fighting for the equality deserved by all women this August.