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Protesters march in support of bare chests

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TEMPE, Ariz. -

Sunday, people in Tempe marched down Mill Ave looking for equal rights for women to be topless in public.

This is the second annual "Go Topless Day" in Arizona.

Protesters started at the Tempe farmer's market and marched down Mill Ave.

They are hoping to change the laws so that women have the same right to be bare-chested in public like men.

"So we're having the men join us and getting a taste of our rights for a change, we're just saying we want equal topless rights and equal rights in general," says Jenna Duffy, organizer.

The group of protesters hope that one day Arizona will be "top free" like New York, where anyone can walk around with no top on.

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