The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh officials are mulling the legality of a rally planned by a group that hopes to celebrate Women's Equality Day by having women march topless alongside men in bikinis.
The organizers of GoTopless.org said they believe it's unfair that women cannot be topless in public while men can.
The mayor's office has yet to issue a permit
A similar rally planned in Asheville, N.C. last August drew hundreds of people, instead of thousands expected by organizers, and only about a dozen women willing to go topless.