Encouragingly, San Francisco is clinging to the last token remnants of the standards of decency that characterize civilized societies:
A ban on nudity in San Francisco was given final approval by the city’s Board of Supervisors Tuesday in a raucous meeting at which several people stripped naked in board chambers.
The ordinance, which will prohibit nudity on city streets, sidewalks, plazas and other public spaces, was initially passed 6-5 during the board’s Nov. 20 meeting and was approved again Tuesday afternoon by the same vote.
Supervisor Jane Kim initially gave the legislation a seventh vote of support but later rescinded her vote, saying she had been distracted and accidentally voted yes.
It’s easy to see why she might have been distracted.
Several men and women stripped down after the first vote Tuesday afternoon and began yelling at the supervisors. They were led out of board chambers by sheriff’s deputies, who draped blankets over them since public nudity is not allowed at City Hall.
Don’t take it too hard, moonbats. The ban “allows exceptions for street fairs, parades and other permitted public events.” That means homosexuals can continue to sodomize each other in full view of small children at events like the Folsom Street Fair and Up Your Alley.
On a tip from Bob Roberts.