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Utah Undie Runners Protest Uptightness

Utah Undie Runners Protest Uptightness

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Last Saturday, about 3,000 people stripped down to their underwear and ran through the streets of alt Lake City to protest the “uptightness” of their native Utah.

According to the site: “Help us get the message out that Utah needs to lighten up. The Beauty of this event is that it’s for you decide.”

Ironically, the run had a dress code of “no nudity, no thongs, no see-through undies … nothing skin tight”

With its large Mormon population, Utah is known for strict laws regarding alcohol and sex, and particularly opposition to full LGBT rights.

Me, I’m just uptight about the site’s (and its followers’) atrocious spelling:

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Advertiser:
Utah Undie Run
Source:
Washington Post

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