Female students at the University of Maine at Farmington marched topless Friday to draw attention to their legal right in the state to appear that way and to try to adjust public attitudes so that doing so would not offend people, The Bangor Daily News reported. Judging from the reaction, they have a ways to go. Some critics are calling on university officials to better educate students about why women shouldn't appear topless. One local critic carried a blanket along the march route, trying to block views of the female students' breasts.
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