A few marchers in the Toronto Pride Parade engaged in indecent exposure by strutting around nude while children watched them. .“Ya,” said a spectator in a Sunday video. .The video starts off with four naked men walking by, looking around at the crowd. One man motions his sign saying “Life is short: Play naked. Be bare, be proud,” before lifting it up. .Another man moves his sign saying “TNTMEN: Totally Naked Toronto Men. Good things happen when you are naked.” Four more men follow along the initial group. .One of these men lifts his arms up and down. Another one waves around a sign saying “Proudly celebrating my diversity! Is getting naked therapeutic?” .Wrongspeak Publishing opinion editor Rebecca Velo said if it is legal for people to expose their genitals because of Pride events, “how will we differentiate between sexual harassment and ‘pride?’”.“In other words, when is it inappropriate now to expose your genitalia?” said Velo. .Twitter user Ashley Steen called this behaviour unacceptable. .“How come they aren’t charged with indecent exposure?” said Steen. .Channel 4 sparked fury in April following the launch of a new television show about nudity. .READ MORE: Fury as adults strip naked in front of children on 'body positivity' show.Naked Education sees children as young as 14 exposed to strangers’ naked bodies and learn about the differences between them. .Channel 4 said Naked Education is “all about body positivity where three presenters go on a mission to normalize all body types, champion our differences and break down stereotypes.”.The Toronto Police Service could not be reached for comment in time for publication.