Boy, were they wrong. Not only did they publicize this event locally, they also advertised it on Facebook over the internet - globally. So, why was it any surprise that onlookers gawked and even took pictures?
The event organizer was outraged, even going so far as to be upset about the attention!
Talk about being one egg short of a dozen. A group of women decide to publicize a topless march down main streets of town and get upset when people watch?
Because nudity isn't illegal in Maine, unless genitals are exposed, they broke no laws.
But, come on. How does this look to the rest of the world? New England finally gets a warm, sunny spring day and a group of women parade around topless and are surprised that men would look?