Is it morally defensible that men are allowed to go topless in certain public

Is it morally defensible that men are allowed to go topless in certain public

Is it morally defensible that men are allowed to go topless in certain public situations while women are not (e.g., at the beach or pool, park, gym, etc.)? Are the people opposed to women gaining this right prudes, or do they have a legitimate ethical basis for their position?

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