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NO ONE IS STARING at the activist for toplessness who sits on a brown leather bench inside the Philadelphia Museum of Art, her eyes affixed to the repeating patterns and undulating lines on the wall.
That's because Moira Johnston is wearing a shirt.
It's Sunday, the final day of the museum's Outsider Art exhibit, and in her headphones a narrator describes how the self-taught artist Ramon Martinez spent most of his life in mental institutions: Ramirez created his works under exceptional circumstances.
Johnston, 30, a Haverford High grad, lives in upstate New York and teaches yoga. It was yoga, she says, that made her decide one day to take her top off, and she's been doing it regularly since - including last week in Rittenhouse Square - to dispel the mystique of mammaries.