I heard this argument the other day and had to laugh a bit. I thought maybe it would make a good discussion here though. I'm sure there are people who would be more open to the idea than others. Are laws on going shirtless discriminatory? By that I mean, it's legal for men but not legal for women. If a man is out topless he won't get in trouble but if a woman does the same thing she'll be hit with a ticket for indecent exposure. So, what do you think? Is it an issue of modesty or is it an issue of discrimination? I think the laws are fine as is. They should stay the same. It's not discriminating because let's face it, men and women are different. It's ok to have different laws for different genders, within reason. It's not like it's an issue like telling women they can't vote or have to sit on the back of the bus or something.