To The Daily Sun,
An open response to the letter written by Fred Van Nest:
Mr. Van Nest, there is tolerate and tolerance. Please do not ever assume to confuse mine. You must be a huge supporter of Free the Nipple by the letter you wrote, I am not and nor will ever be. And that has nothing to do with tolerance, but more with what I will tolerate.
This FTN is not about the color, sexual preference, or religion. You left that one out. I could care less about any of those factors, as you should not try to "throw" them out there for sympathy and support.
This is about what I am not willing to just "look" the other way at, or leave a beach, or feel uncomfortable with, period. And I can assure you, Fred, I am not alone on this. You can quote every law from here to Canada and it will not move me to change my mind. As a matter of fact I am sick to death of people like yourself "twisting" the Constitution and the moral rights of many to uphold your selfish views.
And Fred, I am sure that when our forefathers wrote the Constitution, the "freedom of expression" was not about nudity. Maybe you should reread a few history books and see just what/why they wrote that document and how if they were alive today they would be appalled at how it is so abused by people such as yourself and the FTN movement.
Sadly, it may never be in my constitutional right to have a law for not "feeling comfortable" in public, but how sad it is that I don't have that personal "right" at all when I should not, according to you, have to sit here and defend it.
And a little FYI, if you don't read the papers, other than local one, you should. Because if this is what you call intolerance you're missing the point of many gays and African Americans who are truly battling on a daily basis and can call you out for what real intolerance is.
And again, I am not offended or talking about a male hairy chest being exposed on a beach. I am talking about a set a breasts which are only being shown for a useless reason other than they feel they can because of their mixed-up feminist views and their misuse of the Constitution and what it really stood for, not for what they think it should stand for them.
Have a lovely summer, and please keep your pants on as I will be keeping my top on.
Denise C. Burke
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