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Bare bellies are obscene, but low-cut tops are just fine?

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We love it when older posts spur new comments. Take a 2010 item about a proposed Boulder nudity ordinance and officials' attempts to draw distinctions between indecent exposure and shocking accidents in a series of clothes-free scenarios. This offering prompted a reader to share her confusing experiences regarding acceptable work attire.

Lynn writes:

I had a job where if u showed your belly even inadvertently, u got told this was unacceptable but the women in the front office wore very low-cut tops. GO figure.

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