BRS Blog

Breasts Are Healthy

While it’s legal for women to be topless in many parts of the United States, people aren’t exactly comfortable with it yet. Chelsea Covington is fighting to change that. Covington, 27, started going bare-chested about three years ago. (She prefers the term “bare-chested” over topless, because “topless [implies] you are lacking something.”) Now, Covington gardens, bicycles, picnics, walks, and sunbathes sans shirt, wherever legal and whenever comfortable. She also keeps a blog, Breasts Are Healthy, where she documents the everyday outings of her nipples. I spoke to Covington about how the police and laypeople react to her bare chest, and what she hopes to achieve by choosing not to wear a shirt.

Warwick Women’s Rowing Calendar


This calendar raises funds for cancer research.

Thank you for your continued support of our calendar. With your help we are able to split the profits with Macmillan Cancer Support and continue to keep our club afloat! We’ve had so much fun making our 5th calendar and we hope you love the end product as much as we do.
Love, the girls

The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society


Burn Bras,  Not Books!

We’re a group of friends, and friends of friends, and friends of friends of friends, and complete strangers, who love good books and sunny days and enjoying both as nearly in the altogether as the law allows. Happily, in New York City, the law allows toplessness by both men and women. So that’s the way we do our al fresco reading. If you’re in New York and the weather’s good, won’t you join us sometime…?

You can also follow us on Twitter: @toplesspulp

If you live somewhere else in the country (or somewhere else in the world) and would like to start a branch of our club where you are, we welcome it. Just drop us a note…