Self-Proclaimed Exhibitionist Flashes Breasts in New York City to Promote Gender Equality

Self-Proclaimed Exhibitionist Flashes Breasts in New York City to Promote Gender Equality
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A 36-year-old Cana­di­an news broad­cast­er, Eila Adams, has been unabashed­ly flash­ing her breasts through­out New York City in a bid to lib­er­ate women and chal­lenge soci­etal norms. The self-pro­claimed exhi­bi­tion­ist believes that if men can walk around shirt­less with­out fear of reprisal, women should have the same freedom.

Canadian news broadcaster, Eila Adams in black bikini during work out session

Eila, from Toron­to, has explained that expos­ing her “boobs and nether regions” to the pub­lic is her way of embrac­ing nudi­ty and hav­ing “cheeky fun” while “chal­leng­ing the sta­tus quo.” She firm­ly believes that “it’s nor­mal to be nude” and that she does­n’t under­stand any­one who has neg­a­tive feel­ings towards being naked.

Canadian news broadcaster, Eila Adams flasing boobs on street

Despite some embar­rass­ing moments, such as flash­ing on an ele­va­tor, Eila has gen­er­al­ly received pos­i­tive reac­tions from the pub­lic. She notes that most peo­ple don’t even notice her exhi­bi­tion­ist acts, but if she does get caught, she often receives a smile, a thumbs up, or a laugh. As Eila humor­ous­ly adds, “T**s can light up a per­son­’s day.”

Eila Adams showing breasts on a snew york street

Eila respects cer­tain loca­tions, such as the 9/11 memo­r­i­al, where she won’t flash, and she has one gold­en rule: “don’t get caught.” She explains that it has been legal for women to go top­less in New York City for over 30 years, and she believes this is a show of gen­der equal­i­ty that should be embraced.

Canadian news broadcaster, Eila Adams flasing in breasts on the a street

In addi­tion to her exhi­bi­tion­ist exploits, Eila also works as a Naked News anchor and a glam­our mod­el. She recent­ly par­tic­i­pat­ed in Toron­to’s World Naked Bike Ride to high­light the overuse of oil and urban pol­lu­tion while pro­mot­ing cycling safety.

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