If you've been wanting to walk through New York City topless, now's your chance. 

The GoTopless Pride Parade was held this Sunday in the city. It falls two days after Women's Equality Day, which recognizes Aug. 26, 1920, when women were given the right to vote in the United States. 

“Our goal is for equal gender topless rights to be enforced worldwide, freeing women's nipples,” GoTopless said in a press release.

Parades are also scheduled in other cities, including Chicago, Washington D.C., Miami Beach and Venice Beach, California. 

This is the second year a topless parade will be held in New York City, where it is legal for women to be topless. Here are the details about this year's parade:

When: Sunday, Aug. 28
Assembly begins at 11 a.m.
Parade begins at 1 p.m.
Parade ends at 2 p.m. and is followed by a rally.

Where: The parade begins at West 58th Street and Eighth Avenue. Participants will walk east to Broadway, then continue south on Broadway until West 48th Street, where they will turn east and continue to Second Avenue. When they reach Second Avenue, they will walk south for one block, turn east on 47th Street and stop at the Dag Hammarskjold Plaza.