WATCH: SLC Undie Run Supports LGBT Rights, Sexy News Segments

This weekend, a group of more than 3,000 Salt Lake residents jogged around in the Utah Undie Run to protest the state’s uptight attitude, including antiquated liquor laws and lack of LGBT rights (and, presumably, laws against running in underwear). “My goal is to change Utah. To make this state lighten up once and for all,” said run organizer Nate Porter.  “I’m trying to draw people in [who] are jaded by politics.”

We can’t be sure that the run had any political impact, it did allow the local news station to show lots of youngins jiggling in underclothes, which means we’ve already won. Too bad we missed the news coverage from San Francisco’s nude protest.

Image via DBKing

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  • Allen D.

    Oh, god bless our city. We do the damndest things. But, it’s the little things that keep you going in the face of adversity.

  • Jack E. Jett

    Not enough tight whites thus making the bird watching next to impossible.

  • B

    QUEERTY: “Too bad we missed the news coverage from San Francisco’s nude protest.”

    … the NY Times article apparently got it a bit scrambled – it was not really a protest. Details at including, “It was planned weeks ago as a sort of pre-party for Sunday’s Folsom Street Fair.”

  • Red Meat

    Wow I didn’t find anyone there that unattractive except the idiot that doesn’t pay attention as to why he is doing it… where the p.h.a.t. Americans at!?

  • Trey

    That looks like a lot of fun! I wanna do that haha :)

  • steve

    When did Americans start saying ‘undies’?

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