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Topless Walk Draws Crowd in Farmington 

A forecast of sunny skies in April in Farmington, Maine, seems like the perfect time to put the top down. But a drive in an open-air convertible isn’t what female residents have in mind. Nearly two dozen women marched topless through the college town to protest a double-standard that allows men to take off their shirts on a hot summer day. It’s already legal for women to bare their chests in public in Maine. But the protesters want it to also become socially acceptable. Friday’s event was organized by University of Maine at Farmington student Andrea Simoneau. She participated in a similar event earlier this month in Portland and decided to try it in Farmington. (AP)