Some people are fed up with nudity in public spaces in one Northernland city!

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Wednesday 29 June 2059 85259 Shares

Northernland, the land of secular freedom, where business men, nuns, nudists, same sex couples, radical anarchists, hippies and traditional families are known to walk and live side by side in mutual respect and acceptance are now questioning this, at least in one Northernland city on the Southern Edge of the country.
The city of Diana, named for Diana, Princess of Wales is known as a very laid back and relaxed city, its radical liberalism is moderate by the standards of metropolitan Northernland society, but it is more left than many liberal cities of the modern world.
However, the issue of public nudity is becoming a major concern, as some citizens are walking around bare in places they have no business walking around in. Northernland law allows public nudity to public places, but has restrictions when it comes to places like schools, libraries, courthouses, parks for children, etc.
Its getting out of hand here, says 89 year old Daniel Matthews. Back 35 years ago you see a few naked people on a bus or train and it was fine with me as they were minding their own business, but now they are going into places like schools, churches, etc, places that are reserved for formality and tradition. Its just not right at all.
The Diana Police Department says that they have issued up to and including 150 citations worth $100,000.00 and made 350 arrests in the last six months. The Nudity Act of 1969 provides strict sentences for people who are naked in a reserved place like a library or school and back in April 2017 35 men and 205 women were sentenced to 5 years in the Diana Correctional and Mental Health Facility for walking into a elementary school to protest against the law in the gym.
The city of Diana is becoming what is known as a nudist haven, due to its very mild temperatures year round, with average temperatures around 60 degrees. However, this is testing the tolerance and liberalism of the city of Diana.
I can look away when I am on a train or go to a reserved section for children on a bus with my kids, but I expect to be able to go to a library without having to look a bare ass. I am all about tolerance and freedom, but its infringing on our civility as a nation, one anonymous wrote.
Recently, the Royal Provincial Court of Spencer upheld the sentences of the 240 people sentenced, saying in part that the Royal Justices have in the past ruled that the constitution has a legal responsibility to balance the needs of public safety and liberalism and the Nudity Act of 1969 provides that legal balance.
The court also said, that these citizens have been given as many as 35 written warnings, five fines, community service, mediation, counseling, etc, the government has been more than accommodating to preventing such persons from being imprisoned, but the government has no choice but to punish such individuals when all other legal measures have failed and the citizen refuses to follow the law. Restorative justice in these cases have unfortunately failed.
Some say that the law needs to be changed to reflect the times. Northernland is not as radical as it used to be in some places, some cities and towns are more conservative than the norm and those towns have the right to change the law to reflect this change, said Eliza Anne.
The Royal Court of Northernland is rumored to take up the case of Section 3 of the Nudity Act of 1969 dealing with imprisonment and wether it violates freedom of expression, but this is only rumor.

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