The only thing different for Gypsy Taub is the day. Rain or shine, wedding or political rally, her outfit aims to be the same: nothing at all.
Taub, 44, is "the public face of public nudity" in San Francisco, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, a title earned by antics such as Sunday's, when she and her new fiance, Jaymz Smith, were arrested for disrobing in the Castro.
The pair protested Sunday San Francisco's still-relatively new law banning public nudity, the newspaper reported -- or in Taub's case, they used "Russian-style revolutionary" tactics to promote freedom "from body shame."
Taub and Smith, 20 -- a self-described "traveler" who met Taub at a Rainbow Gathering in Montana -- assembled at Jane Warner Plaza in the Castro.
She mounted a chair and began to give a speech, the newspaper reported. The pair stripped down despite threat of arrest as soon as gentitalia were revealed.
After the rally -- which was interrupted "three times" by the nearby F-Market streetcar, which uses the plaza to turn around -- Taub and Smith were dutifully handcuffed, cited and released by onlooking police.
All the above was also recorded by a German documentary crew.
They'll be at it again on Dec. 19 -- when they marry, naked, on the steps of City Hall, the newspaper reported.