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Public nudity / marches Will you campaign for the government to clarify the meaning of offensive behaviour under the Crimes Act in order to prevent parades involving nudity and/or offensive behaviour to families? e.g. Boobs on Bikes, beach nudity bylaws

additional information …

Topless parade is destined to offend
NZ Herald Op-Ed 2007 Bob McCoskrie – National Director


Boobs event organiser: City won't stop parade
NZ Herald July 30, 2008


Political Leaders Failing to Protect Families from Porn
Family First Media Release 11 August 2010


Kapiti Coast beaches going nude?
The Dominion Post 15 September 2008

Uesifili Unasa
  Yes

I oppose public parades involving nudity/and or offensive behaviour.

Len Brown
  Maybe

Council does not enforce what is or is not offensive behaviour, and therefore it’s not exactly a council matter. I note the law can restrict people from acting in an “offensive or disorderly manner”, which ought to deal with the matter. However, I am loath to try to intervene as it would just draw more attention to the parade, which is probably what the organisers want.

John Minto
  No

I think mutual tolerance and respect is required with respect to nude bathing etc. I have previously protested against the boobs on bikes parades which I find offensive but I don’t think banning such parades is the answer.

John Palino
  Yes

I do believe it should be clarified.

Key
Yes
Maybe – and open to the idea
Not Sure – but open to the idea
Maybe
Not Sure
No

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