NEW WOMEN’S ADVOCACY GROUP PROMOTES WOMEN’S RIGHTS AND THE SENSUAL VALUE OF A MODICUM OF MODESTY
“Go Topless Day is a fun way to recognize that human bodies are beautiful, and everyone should have equal rights to expose their torso if they wish to. If you are comfortable in your own skin and it can’t get you arrested where you live, I say ‘Go for it!’”
That’s the perspective of Bella Cummins, Executive Director of the Onesta Foundation, a new Nevada non-profit that advocates for health, safety, fun and transparency in Nevada’s legal brothel industry. “However,” she continues with a wicked smile,” a true courtesan knows it’s more fun, on a sensual level, to leave a little something to the imagination. Cleavage is far more seductive than topless!”
Ms. Cummins knows from which she speaks. Aside from her work with the foundation, she is the rare female sole proprietor of a brothel in Nevada, the only state in the union that has legalized and regulated the sex industry in the name of community health and safety.
Ms. Cummins has directed the Onesta Foundation to provide information and resources to support women who wish to celebrate Go Topless Day, Women’s Equality Day or both, through the website at www.onestafoundation.org, and a platform for discussion via Onesta Facebook and Instagram pages.
Ms Cummins encourages women, and men, to visit the Onesta Foundation online for International Go Topless Day and Women’s Equality Daythis Sunday. “It’s an opportunity to grow, to get new information and tools to rise into your own power and open your mind. I know some will be inspired to help other women discover their direction, and maybe become involved with the mission of the Onesta Foundation.”
The Onesta Foundation is a Nevada non-profit organization with a mission to provide awareness and advocacy for a more safe, healthy and transparent brothel industry in the great state of Nevada and to provide resources designed to improve working conditions as well as public understanding of the industry and its positive impacts on the health and safety of community, patrons and courtesans.
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