Supporters of San Francisco's right to get naked in public could show up at City Hall today when the Board of Supervisors give their final vote on the city's controversial nudity ban. On November 20, if you recall, the board approved Scott Wiener's anti-flesh item 6-5, which prompted some protesters to strip naked in response.
Supervisor Wiener's ordinance would make it illegal for anyone over the age of five to expose their genitals or perineum on public streets, sidewalks, street medians, parklets, plazas, or while riding public transit.
"If the approval is finalized, the ordinance would take effect on Feb. 1, 2013, although opponents have also filed a lawsuit seeking to block the legislation," reports SF Appeal. "The ordinance would set fines that start at $100 and rise for each additional offense within a year."
And you can watch it all go down live on SFGovTV.org.