Jennifer Moss, the Pastie Lady to March Topless in July 4 Parade–Or It’s Lawsuit Time!

“I am wearing a hemp g-string. The real American fabric of our lives!”
–Jennifer Moss, formerly “The Pastie Lady” & “Earth Friend Jen”; new nickname: “The Naked Lady”

Jennifer Moss
Jennifer Moss–with clothes on–campaigns
for the environment and hemp.

Jennifer Moss, the Environmental Exhibitionist–also known as “The Pastie Lady”, “The Naked Lady” and “Earth Friend Jen”–is back in the news again. This time, the former resident of Ojai, CA has announced that she’ll march–or skate–topless in the Ashland, OR (her new home) 4th of July parade.

This is not as big a step for Moss as one might think: she usually skates and bikes around town in a hemp g-string and pasties. So, she’s losing about 5-6 square inches of covering for the Fourth of July event. But the town’s Chamber of Commerce says the parade is a family celebration and she can’t participate nearly nude.

If Moss can’t roll in the parade, she says she’ll sue.

No word on what she’ll wear–or not wear–to court, in the event of a legal wrangle.

Moss often rides topless through the streets of Ashland, a town that requires the groin to be covered. Apparently, the Ashland Chamber of Commerce isn’t too thrilled about seeing more of Jen. They’re saying that the parade is a family event and Jen’s toplessness is more than most families want to see.

Moss says she’ll sue the town if she isn’t allowed to march, skate or ride topless.

ALSO at DBKP:
* Jennifer Moss: The Naked Lady Pictures and Videos
* Pastie Lady Rolls North to Oregon
* Jennifer Moss, Pastie Lady: Environmental Exhibitionist Too Liberal for Liberal Town

Jen Moss has been known as “The Naked Lady” since she moved to Ashland in May from Ojai, Calif., drawn by the town’s nudity laws. They specify only that people must cover their genitalia in a city park or the downtown commercial district, which means Moss need not cover her breasts.

The police in California, she says, harassed her when she rode her bicycle wearing a G-string and pasties.

The popular holiday celebration is a big deal in Ashland, drawing thousands of onlookers, including many families, according to reports.

The Ashland Chamber of Commerce learned of her coverage plans from an online posting. She promised to lead in-line skaters “wearing only a hemp G-string and blowing a conch shell.”

“We don’t feel that someone in the parade who is topless or nearly naked is appropriate for a family audience,” said parade chairman James Kidd.

Kidd said that parade “entries must be appropriate for a family audience.”

“She’s welcome on any other day of the year to do that,” he said. “But not on the Fourth of July while in the parade.”

But not all of the City Council agrees with Kidd. Council member Eric Navickas said he’s favors a topless Moss. He somehow worked in a reference to U.S. foreign policy to justify parading a topless Moss in front of the kids on the Fourth.

If she can’t be in the parade, Navickas said, it would be “an interesting commentary on our society that we’re willing to tolerate dead bodies through our aggressive foreign policy from the war, but not healthy, naked bodies.”

Moss was arrested several times in Ojai for skating nearly nude in front of churches on Sunday as church-goers were exiting services.

After all that, she then packed up her pasties and headed north to Ashland.

The Environmental Exhibitionist professes a love for the earth, trees and hemp.

She didn’t say, but her loves also include attention.

by Mondoreb
Sources/images:
* ojaivalleynews
* Oregon woman plans to parade topless on July 4
* Jennifer Moss: The Naked Lady Pictures and Videos
* Pastie Lady Rolls North to Oregon
* Jennifer Moss, Pastie Lady: Environmental Exhibitionist Too Liberal for Liberal Town

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