Nude Valentine’s Day Parade Secures Permit in SF

Peace, Love, and Nudity…that’s the sentiment behind San Francisco’s second annual Nude Valentine’s Day Parade The event route starts at 11am February 14th at  Jane Warner Plaza in the Castro and ends on the steps of City Hall.

The parade was founded by Gypsy Taub, a 48-year-old nude activist, after San Francisco inplemented laws around public nudity in 2013.  Close to 100 people have participated in the past events, many of whom paint their bodies and hold signs advocating peace, love and nudity.

Not sure if you’re into it, but if so,  remember to wear sunscreen…

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