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Some women have been charged with public indecency, disturbing the peace, or lewd behavior even where it was legal.[2] One such woman was Phoenix Feeley, arrested for being topless in the state of New York in 2005. Because it was proven that the law was misapplied—considering female toplessness had been legal for nearly 15 years in the state of New York—Feeley was released and later received $29,000 in damages.[3]
In 2015, the campaign received attention in Iceland and was supported by MP Björt Ólafsdottir, who posted a topless photo of herself, in solidarity with a teenage activist who had received harassment for doing the same.[4]
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