Grin and bare it, Venice. It's International Go Topless Day this Sunday, and if you're at the Boardwalk, be prepared to see a lot of women and men exposing some hypocrisy and their boobs.
The sixth annual event, which promotes topless freedom for all and gender equality, will take place in at least 49 cities around the world, from Venice, California to Byron, Australia, and coincides with U.S. Women's Equality Day on August 26, the anniversary of when women were granted the right to vote.
It's organized by GoTopless.org, a movement born in Nevada and led by spiritual leader Claude Vorilhon who goes by Rael. So if you're in Venice this Sunday, August 25, you can join the spectacle at Ocean Front Walk starting at Navy, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
And if you're at some other place, refer to the Boob Map, which also includes a CENSOR stamp for places (including Venice) where exposing your boobs is totally not allowed, unless your not a woman.