People complain that Charleston's major public square is "loved to death." People sunbathe here, watch movies, have farmer's markets, remember the horrors of WWII. John C. Calhoun looks down on it all. Charleston is a very social and civic place and people flock here to be around other people. There are lots of nice, private places for girls from the College of Charleston to Sunbathe around town. Go check out Brittlebank Park. Same grass, same sun, no girls. People like to see and be seen in Charleston. In a city where people live this close together, privacy can't catch up with showing off.
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