Child abuse complaints have been filed against the city of Asheville, N.C., and its police department following a “rally” last weekend that promoted “equal rights” for women and encouraged them to take off their shirts.

They did.

But while the state allows that level of nudity under some circumstances, it forbids it in front of children, and there were children at the rally, critics have documented.

In fact, one of the men who brought the concerns forward explained a family had noticed their daughter’s 15-year-old friend participating in the demonstration of toplessness in a video posted online.

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