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Candy
2005-Mar-08, 04:35 PM
Women Bare Breasts in Prince Charles Visit (http://dailynews.att.net/cgi-bin/news?e=pri&dt=050308&cat=strange&st=stranged88mqp1 80&src=ap)

Two women who bared their breasts in protest were arrested and dragged away as Britain's Prince Charles arrived for an official function Tuesday in New Zealand's capital.

Reporters said the prince appeared to look in the woman's direction and smile as he entered the gallery.
My goodness. 8-[

ToSeek
2005-Mar-08, 04:37 PM
Prince Charles was flashed twice. There's a big difference! :o :o

Candy
2005-Mar-08, 04:39 PM
Prince Charles was flashed twice. There's a big difference! :o :o :oops: :lol:

kucharek
2005-Mar-08, 04:45 PM
Isn't he flashed all the time by these darn photo journalists? :)

British seem to be very cool about such things, especially flashers.

Quiz: Which movie? "You are not dressed to argue!"

Harald

Gullible Jones
2005-Mar-08, 04:48 PM
Hmm... Looks like the Brits are finally losing their patience with the old monarchy.

"Get your colonial shame off my breasts" is a mighty strange way of saying that, though... :-?

TriangleMan
2005-Mar-08, 05:15 PM
Hmm... Looks like the Brits are finally losing their patience with the old monarchy.
The protesters are from New Zealand so are not 'Brits'. I believe Brits lost their patience with the Monarchy around 40 years ago. :)

Anti-monarchy protests are nothing new, anywhere the Royal Family goes there's always a few people protesting (well except maybe when Prince William is around as all the screaming girls tend to drown out protests).

Doodler
2005-Mar-08, 05:40 PM
Lucky bugger :)

Nicolas
2005-Mar-08, 06:07 PM
I'll wait with saying such things untill I've seen those women :lol:

2005-Mar-08, 06:11 PM
Hmm... Looks like the Brits are finally losing their patience with the old monarchy.


You could say that??? :D :D :D :D :D

Doodler
2005-Mar-08, 06:12 PM
I'll wait with saying such things untill I've seen those women :lol:

Point very much taken. :lol:

ToSeek
2005-Mar-08, 06:29 PM
I'll wait with saying such things untill I've seen those women :lol:

Here's one. (http://www.news.com.au/story/1,10117,12478265-2,00.html)

Majin Vegeta
2005-Mar-08, 06:39 PM
I saw an article on Fark.com saying that Prince Charles lost his virginity to a fire hose :lol: Quite funny but beyond that, How old were the women? 18-32 = Niiiice ; 33-45 = Okeeeey ; 46-Death = *vomets*

Zachary
2005-Mar-08, 06:49 PM
I saw an article on Fark.com saying that Prince Charles lost his virginity to a fire hose :lol: Quite funny but beyond that, How old were the women? 18-32 = Niiiice ; 33-45 = Okeeeey ; 46-Death = *vomets*

Vacuous slimeball :wink:

Doodler
2005-Mar-08, 06:49 PM
I saw an article on Fark.com saying that Prince Charles lost his virginity to a fire hose :lol: Quite funny but beyond that, How old were the women? 18-32 = Niiiice; 33-45 = Okeeeey; 46-Death = *vomets*

Ye be a young lad if you're serious about those age spreads posted. A few years and real world encounters under your belt will correct your misconceptions. :)

Lurker
2005-Mar-08, 06:52 PM
So.... in England, do you get hauled off for flashing in general, or just for flashing royalty?? :-k

Doodler
2005-Mar-08, 06:57 PM
So.... in England, do you get hauled off for flashing in general, or just for flashing royalty?? :-k

I'd be willing to bet its rather frowned on in general. Its indecent exposure, public lewdness or any of a number of variations over on this side of the world, its probably close enough for comparison over yonder. :)

kleindoofy
2005-Mar-08, 07:00 PM
Well, just imagine, a member of royalty actually saw a portion of human anatomy. How shocking! Was he blinded? Did he faint? Wow, what a way to protest!

Strange, I see bare breasts everytime I go to the beach here and, even if my fellow Americans can't believe this: you get used to it.

For the non-Americans or those Americans who won't expect to be struck down by God's wrath, you can find a picture of one of the women here (http://img165.exs.cx/img165/3108/breast010av.jpg), without a politically correct black bar. WARNING: 2 bare nipples! :roll: Another of the women was even more shameless: she was suckling her child.

Majin Vegeta
2005-Mar-08, 07:04 PM
I've seen Porno before but that was worse than I expected! I am at a loss of words! :wink:

Lurker
2005-Mar-08, 07:13 PM
Another of the women was even more shameless: she was suckling her child.
How dare we allow this kind of pornography in public!! Think of the children!! [-(

:wink:

Doodler
2005-Mar-08, 07:13 PM
Klein, I think its less a question of that they did it, but where they did it. Appropriate time and appropriate place, it was not. I agree with you completely, Americans and a few other cultures are a bit wound up tight about nudity, but you've got to keep it in the context it.

Flashing the girls to a British Royal in public? Nope.

Nude beach in tropics? Sure.

High school graduation? Nope, but I appreciated her efforts regardless. :)

Mardi Gras in New Orleans? Bless the NOPD for their suffrance of the time honored tradition. :)

Lurker
2005-Mar-08, 07:20 PM
Klein, I think its less a question of that they did it, but where they did it. Appropriate time and appropriate place, it was not. I agree with you completely, Americans and a few other cultures are a bit wound up tight about nudity, but you've got to keep it in the context it.

Flashing the girls to a British Royal in public? Nope.

Nude beach in tropics? Sure.

High school graduation? Nope, but I appreciated her efforts regardless. :)

Mardi Gras in New Orleans? Bless the NOPD for their suffrance of the time honored tradition. :)
Well... I think you also have to consider what is being done. I think it's less offensive and a lot less threatening than giving someone the finger or waving a fist at them. As far as the high school graduation goes I agree keep it in context. A bunch of teenagers graduating?? Teens are gunna be teens... put on a nice adult scowl, tell them it's time to grow up [-X , and drop the issue. I'd rather see nude bodies at graduation than knives and guns. :wink:

dvb
2005-Mar-08, 07:22 PM
It's been legal in the province of Ontario here in Canada for women to bare their breasts in public since 1996. Although, I'd have to say I've yet to be so lucky to see such things while being out and about.

Here's an interesting read on how things came to be.
http://www.fcn.ca/Gwen.html

Doodler
2005-Mar-08, 07:26 PM
Klein, I think its less a question of that they did it, but where they did it. Appropriate time and appropriate place, it was not. I agree with you completely, Americans and a few other cultures are a bit wound up tight about nudity, but you've got to keep it in the context it.

Flashing the girls to a British Royal in public? Nope.

Nude beach in tropics? Sure.

High school graduation? Nope, but I appreciated her efforts regardless. :)

Mardi Gras in New Orleans? Bless the NOPD for their suffrance of the time honored tradition. :)
Well... I think you also have to consider what is being done. I think it's less offensive and a lot less threatening than giving someone the finger or waving a fist at them. As far as the high school graduation goes I agree keep it in context. A bunch of teenagers graduating?? Teens are gunna be teens... put on a nice adult scowl, tell them it's time to grow up [-X , and drop the issue. I'd rather see nude bodies at graduation than knives and guns. :wink:

Agreed completely. What's confusing me is that these women might have done this in protest. Maybe its just me, but I'm having difficulty attaching the idea of a woman being displeased with me in some way while showing off the twins in my direction. :-k

Nicolas
2005-Mar-08, 07:27 PM
When you get to see topless women a lot near lakes or the coast during summer, you get used to it indeed. And not all women are beautiful. So it depends on the specific occasion whether you're lucky or not :).

And when you're used to the sight, there still are plenty of interesting differences left that make your relation with your wife special ;).

On topic: I think the women could have chosen a better (more relevant) way to bring the message. Of course, it pobably wouldn't have given them this much attention, but than again it should be the message itself that gets the attention. How many people will remmeber tomorrow WHAT they were protesting against?

Lurker
2005-Mar-08, 07:29 PM
It's been legal in the province of Ontario here in Canada for women to bare their breasts in public since 1996. Although, I'd have to say I've yet to be so lucky to see such things while being out and about.

OH NO!!! :o

Then we were wrong, it really WOULD bring about the end of civilization as we know it!!!! #-o

J/K :wink:

No threatening PM's from angry Canadians now... :lol:

zebo-the-fat
2005-Mar-08, 08:49 PM
If you got it - flash it, if you havn't pad it! :D


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kleindoofy
2005-Mar-08, 08:51 PM
I agree with the posts following mine above. Don't forget, I had the irony flag waving.

But, to prove (part of) my point: just imagine what would have happened here if I had hotlinked that picture instead of linking it as I did. Probably an edit and a warning and many interesting posts and PMs. #-o

Doodler
2005-Mar-08, 09:06 PM
It's been legal in the province of Ontario here in Canada for women to bare their breasts in public since 1996. Although, I'd have to say I've yet to be so lucky to see such things while being out and about.

Here's an interesting read on how things came to be.
http://www.fcn.ca/Gwen.html


Interesting read, but to the idea that women think going topless in public is somehow, someday, not going to attract sexually based attention, let me say this in all sincerity: BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!! I'm extremely certain that the boys out showing off the pecs and six packs to the world at large aren't just doing it for their health.

That being said, I'm sure the shock value will eventually fade, which is really what's behind the driving controversy surrounding it, should such occurrences become commonplace. Like I said, its not like the guys aren't fully aware they're being scanned by at least a few pairs of female eyes behind mirrored shades when they go shirtless, but this idea that it will fade to the point of sexual androgeny is a little far-fetched.

Lurker
2005-Mar-08, 09:12 PM
I have been living among a clothing optional group of friends since shortly after arriving in Cupertino (no, not at work :-? ). The "shock value" fades very quickly. It has shown me that the idea of "sexy" is what we make it. It's the specific attempt to turn someone's head whether is is a woman looking to attract a man or a man attempting to attract a woman (and all other combinations that I won't enumerate because I don't want to derail this thread)

W.F. Tomba
2005-Mar-08, 09:33 PM
Here's one. (http://www.news.com.au/story/1,10117,12478265-2,00.html)


For the non-Americans or those Americans who won't expect to be struck down by God's wrath, you can find a picture of one of the women here (http://img165.exs.cx/img165/3108/breast010av.jpg), without a politically correct black bar.

Is she wearing a wig? :-s

Herodotus
2005-Mar-08, 09:50 PM
Is she wearing a wig? :-s

Exactly my thought. Oh, she's topless, but then you quickly overlook that because her hair is so awful it has to be a wig. Where is Joe Orton when you need him?

Doodler
2005-Mar-08, 09:55 PM
Is she wearing a wig? :-s

Exactly my thought. Oh, she's topless, but then you quickly overlook that because her hair is so awful it has to be a wig. Where is Joe Orton when you need him?

Its probably hers. I've seen some serious helmet-head styles worn by women here in the states.

By the way, based on the picture from the article, my original stance on this incident stands.

Lucky bugger.

mike alexander
2005-Mar-09, 12:14 AM
Well, when I read the topic I first thought it said "Prince Charles flushed twice"

My second thought was: "It's a long way to Buckingham Palace."

paulie jay
2005-Mar-09, 12:56 AM
On one of his previous visits to Australia, Prince Charles was subjected to the attack of some lunatic waving a starting pistol at him. The State Premier (!) tackled the assailant and Charlie barely raised an eyebrow. We all thought that it was a poplularity stunt for the Premier - he was sliding in the polls at the time...! Still, there are sacrier things than breasts to be waved at you in protest!

Candy
2005-Mar-09, 02:25 AM
Here's one. (http://www.news.com.au/story/1,10117,12478265-2,00.html)


For the non-Americans or those Americans who won't expect to be struck down by God's wrath, you can find a picture of one of the women here (http://img165.exs.cx/img165/3108/breast010av.jpg), without a politically correct black bar.

Is she wearing a wig? :-s
I thought it was a shower cap. :lol:

Herodotus
2005-Mar-09, 03:28 AM
Candy, would it be asking too much to have Sgt. Dan pay that woman, with awful hair, a visit so that the next time she is inclined to doff her top we won't be subjected to her flabby form? We shall be in your debt. :lol:

W.F. Tomba
2005-Mar-09, 03:37 AM
Aw, she's not that flabby. A little pudge around the waist, but nothing unattractive (in my opinion anyway; if you saw me you might understand why I'm forgiving in this area!). The current style in trousers is very unforgiving to belly flab.

Candy
2005-Mar-09, 03:50 PM
Candy, would it be asking too much to have Sgt. Dan pay that woman, with awful hair, a visit so that the next time she is inclined to doff her top we won't be subjected to her flabby form? We shall be in your debt. :lol:
Sgt. Dan is on his way
to save another flabby day.
He'll make you sweat, he'll make you drop,
most of all, he'll fix that mop. :wink:

Fram
2005-Mar-09, 04:03 PM
Last wekk, my newspaper opened with a picture of Prince Charles and two barebreasted women as well. Of course, they were aboriginal women in some traditional 'welcome' outfit (he was in Australia then, IIRC), so they weren't taken in custody, but the similarity is striking anyway... So perhaps it wasn't the flashing but the message that made the police take action?

Candy
2005-Mar-09, 04:17 PM
Last wekk, my newspaper opened with a picture of Prince Charles and two barebreasted women as well. Of course, they were aboriginal women in some traditional 'welcome' outfit (he was in Australia then, IIRC), so they weren't taken in custody, but the similarity is striking anyway... So perhaps it wasn't the flashing but the message that made the police take action?
Weren't the ladies yelling in a threatening way, too? 8-[

Candy
2005-Mar-09, 06:17 PM
Isn't he flashed all the time by these darn photo journalists? :)

British seem to be very cool about such things, especially flashers.

Quiz: Which movie? "You are not dressed to argue!"

Harald
Okay, I give! I've been waiting, and nobody's guessed it. I have no idea. Tell me, please! 8-[

kucharek
2005-Mar-09, 06:30 PM
Isn't he flashed all the time by these darn photo journalists? :)

British seem to be very cool about such things, especially flashers.

Quiz: Which movie? "You are not dressed to argue!"

Harald
Okay, I give! I've been waiting, and nobody's guessed it. I have no idea. Tell me, please! 8-[

"A Room With A View", one of the few Schmaltz movies I really like.
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0091867/maindetails

The scene where George, Freddy (Lucy's brother) and Mr. Beebe take a naked swim and run through the forrest when suddenly Lucy, Cecil and Mrs Honeychurch appear, the latter two pretty shocked to see the nude men. Freddy starts trying to talk himself out of this, when his mother uses the mentioned quote to stop him.

Harald

Candy
2005-Mar-09, 06:38 PM
Isn't he flashed all the time by these darn photo journalists? :)

British seem to be very cool about such things, especially flashers.

Quiz: Which movie? "You are not dressed to argue!"

Harald
Okay, I give! I've been waiting, and nobody's guessed it. I have no idea. Tell me, please! 8-[

"A Room With A View", one of the few Schmaltz movies I really like.
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0091867/maindetails

The scene where George, Freddy (Lucy's brother) and Mr. Beebe take a naked swim and run through the forrest when suddenly Lucy, Cecil and Mrs Honeychurch appear, the latter two pretty shocked to see the nude men. Freddy starts trying to talk himself out of this, when his mother uses the mentioned quote to stop him.

Harald
That's great! Why am I never so lucky? :wink:

Herodotus
2005-Mar-09, 07:59 PM
Sgt. Dan is on his way
to save another flabby day.
He'll make you sweat, he'll make you drop,
most of all, he'll fix that mop. :wink:

=D> =D>
Thank you, he does appear to have his work cut out for him. However, even he may be overmatched by that mop atop her head. :lol:

Gullible Jones
2005-Mar-09, 08:36 PM
1. Mr. Vegeta, you might want to apologize for what you said... Otherwise I'll start calling you "Shallow Motley"!

2. Forget the mop, what about her back? :o

Candy
2005-Mar-09, 08:43 PM
1. Mr. Vegeta, you might want to apologize for what you said... Otherwise I'll start calling you "Shallow Motley"!
I still fall under
33-45 = Okeeeey
:D


2. Forget the mop, what about her back? :o
I didn't click on the links with real skin showing. Should I? 8-[

Gullible Jones
2005-Mar-09, 08:59 PM
I didn't click the uncensored link. The censored one shows plenty, thank you...

Swift
2005-Mar-09, 09:19 PM
Last wekk, my newspaper opened with a picture of Prince Charles and two barebreasted women as well. Of course, they were aboriginal women in some traditional 'welcome' outfit (he was in Australia then, IIRC), so they weren't taken in custody, but the similarity is striking anyway... So perhaps it wasn't the flashing but the message that made the police take action?
By the way, someone asked a while back what these women were protesting and I don't recall seeing an answer. I believe they were protesting the "fact' that when Charles was watching the barebreasted aboriginal women do their welcome ceremony in Australia, that it was alleged that Charles said something derogatory. The Palace denies that Charles had any negative feelings at all about the aboriginal women. But these two women in New Zealand were protesting Charles insult to women and their breasts.

Doodler
2005-Mar-09, 09:29 PM
Aw, she's not that flabby. A little pudge around the waist, but nothing unattractive (in my opinion anyway; if you saw me you might understand why I'm forgiving in this area!). The current style in trousers is very unforgiving to belly flab.

Gah, hip huggers must go, rapidly... in the opposite direction. I may be one who's somewhat hindered in the "feminine objectivity" department, but I think she's fine, minus that nest on her head. I'd be flattered if she showed interest (wearing a hat) and I have been out with women who're hot enough to cause guys to walk into closed doors and building columns.

Nicolas
2005-Mar-09, 10:22 PM
Aw, she's not that flabby. A little pudge around the waist, but nothing unattractive (in my opinion anyway; if you saw me you might understand why I'm forgiving in this area!). The current style in trousers is very unforgiving to belly flab.

Gah, hip huggers must go, rapidly... in the opposite direction. I may be one who's somewhat hindered in the "feminine objectivity" department, but I think she's fine, minus that nest on her head. I'd be flattered if she showed interest (wearing a hat) and I have been out with women who're hot enough to cause guys to walk into closed doors and building columns.

They ran away in extreme panic with their eyes closed? :lol: (sorry, couldn't resist :oops: )

There should be a detector saying "warning: pretty woman approaching". Not to make sure I've seen her, but to take precautions. It would prevent a lot of (near-)accidents :). Dangerous creatures, those pretty women! :D