Go Topless Day was a low-key affair, exactly how organizers wanted it.

According to Seacoast Online, Sunday was banner day for the Free the Nipple movement of New Hampshire. Women from all over went topless, breastfeeding children, while other supported the cause with their tops in tact. There is no law in New Hampshire barring women from being topless on the beach.

Dover resident Maggie Fisher has been a multi year supporter of Go Topless day. She told Seacoast Online, “It was the first time in a long time that I felt normal." “The first time I came out for the movement, four years ago; my husband Justin came with me. We walked hand in hand and I was shaking. Now, I feel completely comfortable, and that is how it should be. What was at first a choice is now the norm for me.”

Fisher continued to Seacoast Online that they still get angry comments, surprisingly, she said, mostly from women. She said some men just want to leer, but women get right in their face and call them names. “My husband doesn’t come now,” said Fisher. “It’s not because he has any problem with us. It’s because he is very protective, and he gets angry when people are rude.”

Organizers told Seacoast Online they hope Go Topless Day will eventually become meaningless because they finally have the same rights as men.