The History of Nudity in San Francisco UncoveredUploader: Meran 1 month ago Subscribe 9
The Wall Street Journal. It was named "Jane Warner Plaza", after the policewoman who used to patrol the Castro. To prevent this, Wiener wrote up a bill banning public nudity on streets, plazas, sidewalks and on public transit, though there was a blanket exemption for street fairs and festivals, and no impact on nude beaches. The council was sufficiently offended and voted to make public nudity a misdemeanor crime.