When Did Our Feet Become Taboo?

Posted September 24, 2020 by BarefootIsLegal

With mask mandates being issued, there is a new focus on bare feet. The "No shirt no shoes no service" signs were never laws.

September 23, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LAS VEGAS,NV – Barefoot Is Legal founder/President Dave Kelman held an organizational conference, sharing information regarding the origin on the “No Bare Feet” signs.
“It is time for Americans to know where these signs came from” Kelman shares. “There are a lot of misconceptions and false information regarding laws and our feet.”
Mr. Kelman points out that the organization gets calls every day asking if there are new laws against going barefoot. The spike in calls is from store owners claiming it is a law or mandate akin to the mask issues facing most countries today. No laws exist in North America for driving a car, going to a store, or eating in public barefoot. There are several places online, including the Barefoot Is Legal website, to verify all claims.
The “No bare feet” and “No Shirt No Shoes No Service” signs have recently been brought up in business discussions with customers again. Mask mandates throughout the US has caused business owners to start re-thinking these signs. People believe there have always been laws against going barefoot. With these new mask decrees, some stores have taken out the No Shirt portion from the sign, and now have “No Shoes No Mask No Service” instead.
He explains “The mask issue of 2020 is just like the shoe issue of the late 1960s.The only difference being is that the myths from the 1960s had no laws or mandates. When people find this out, they question why they wear cheap flip flops just to not get in trouble.”
About Barefoot Is Legal:
Barefoot Is Legal was founded in 2015, and became a 501c3 non profit organization in 2017. The primary focus is to share information and provide support for those wishing to live a completely barefoot lifestyle. More information about Barefoot Is Legal can be found at: http://www.barefootislegal.org.
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Last Updated September 24, 2020