Hundreds Of People Drop Their Pants In Medellín


Hundreds of people in Medellín, Colombia dropped their pants on Sunday and marched around to celebrate international “No Pants Day”.

“No Pants Day” started in New York City in 2012 as a demonstration to promote free expression and has since then spread to over 25 countries.

Sebastian Garcia was one of the local coordinators of the event in Medellín and he said their objective was to highlight how “it is not how we dress but who we are that matters,” reported Colombian media.

It was mostly young people that participated in the march, but there were also a few families.

Source: Colombia Reports


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