It is the east end of Grumari Beach. Regulated by an assossiation, though it has no need for that since the municipality just officialized it. As many other nude beaches, or should say almost all the nude beaches, the setting is great and the goers are mainly people that you might think they shouldn't be in that place. It is very far from Rio, still way further out from Barra da Tijuca.
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Jump to navigation. Going topless currently could be deemed an obscene act punishable by between three months and a year in prison. The protest, in which seven women publicly exposed their breasts for several minutes, attracted a good number of curious passersby and journalists to the iconic Rio beach, which was jammed with people because of a local holiday, IANS reported. Reporter Ana Paula Nogueira, who was the person who launched the Topless In Rio movement in via Facebook, said that the idea was never "to get 8, women" to participate in the protest, but rather for "the issue to be discussed. The Topless In Rio movement, which held its first public event in December at the same site, seeks to bring about changes in the law which currently prohibits women from going naked from the waist up, something that many of them feel is an insult since men are not obligated to abide by that rule. The prohibition on going topless runs counter to the custom for Brazilians -- both men and women -- to wear bikinis and miniscule bathing suits.
A rally in Rio de Janeiro against baring all on the beach saw women take their tops off - but there were more photographers than protesters. A protest against Brazil's ban on topless sunbathing fell flat yesterday, with only a handful of women turning up. Thousands of women were expected to gather on Rio de Janeiro's Ipanema beach, taking off their bikinis in defiance of Brazilian law, which describes female toplessness as an "obscene act". Hundreds of photographers filled Ipanema beach, eager to catch a glimpse of the first women to strip in defiance of the law - but only a few women joined in. She told local media "A breast isn't dangerous! It's false-Puritanism and indicative of our macho culture that we have a law forbidding that women can go topless.