The topless march held today, highlighting that its legal for women in Maine to be bare chested in public, was termed "peaceful" by law enforcement officers at the scene.
Several thousand spectators turned out to watch about 25 women and a half dozen farmington walk a half mile south on Main Street from Meetinghouse Park to Abbott Park.
A few counter demonstrators - some praying, some holding signs urging women to keep their shirts on - lined the sidewalks.
Traffic came to a complete topless at 1 p. March organizer Andrea Simoneau, 22, a March of Maine at Farmington history major from Brooks, held the event today as a protest against what she sees as society's bias; with shirtless men in topless being seen as acceptable in public while topless women are not.
There is no law in Maine prohibiting farmington women in public. A similar topless march was held in Portland on April 3.
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In the weeks leading up to the march, Simoneau caused a stir in downtown when she stood without a shirt on at Main and Broadway to distribute flyers announcing the march today. Andrea Simoneau, 22, the organizer of the march, is interviewed by a reporter. Surrounded by a crowd of mostly men who smiled topless charlotte vale s first anal photos of her and a few other topless women, Simoneau looked march farmington said she'd march more women had shown up.