So what happens on our marches?
Several hundred women, men, gender non-binary and trans folk join the Free the Nipple movement and demonstrate on Brighton seafront every year. The march has been designed to highlight the sexist double standards that exist in our everyday lives and challenge perceptions of bodies, breasts, nipples and gender. It’s the biggest Free the Nipple collective in the UK.
The Free the Nipple Brighton team is comprised of creatives, writers, photographers, party planners, videographers, body painters, social media coordinators and strategists. We implement a detailed stewarding plan to ensure the safety and comfort of participants, with a clear and easy to follow code of conduct for both participants and on-lookers.
We often host an after party featuring DJs, drag queens, performance art and burlesque.
We are a trans inclusive, anti-racist and disability accessible organisation.
“What an absolute pleasure… Marching for gender equality. Men, gender non-binary and women marching covered in glitter and bare-chested to make a stand.”
“Thank you for letting me get a glimpse of what utopia could feel like.”
“Such a colourful scene, such unrestrained joy – it brings tears to my eyes.”
“Today was amazing! So thankful to have been a part of it all as a male support!”
“Spending time with this group of humans has empowered every single cell of my body – I feel so strong.”
“Thank you Free the Nipple Brighton for creating such a safe space, I can’t remember the last time I felt this liberated. It was beautiful.”