KUSA — People in cities around the world - including Denver - are invited to go topless on Sunday in an effort to "stand up for women's rights," according to gotopless.org.
This year, the group in Denver will meet at Skyline Park (at Arapahoe Street and 16th Street) starting at 11 a.m.
According to the Facebook page for the event, participants are asked to "Join one of Denver's most popular events as we take a stand against body commercialization and unjust double standards."
This year, GoTopless Day falls on Women's Equality Day, which is August 26.
It was that day in 1920 that women earned their right to vote on the basis of Gender Equality. In 1971, the U.S. Congress made Aug. 26 into a nationally recognized date and named it "Women's Equality Day".
Participants are encouraged to "Enjoy public toplessness in a peaceful, supportive, and festive environment," a quote from the Facebook event reads.
Female toplessness is not banned in Denver.