What a cool story. We're looking forward to others.
Jodi mentioned that your words, which conveyed the message clearly, would give other women encourgement in becoming free. It might help if some of the blanks in your post could be filled in, in say 3 more installments:
1) How did you, Heather, and Tracy decide (or even "get up the courage") to be topfree that day? How could another women break the idea to some of her pals so she would not be the "lone Ranger"? How much planning went into this BBQ get together? Did the three husbands know before hand that all three women would be topfree? Was the husbands' knowledge (or lack thereof) a help or hinderance?
2) Even though you enjoyed the extra attention that day from Heather's and Tracy's husbands, was there something they could have done that whould have made you more comfortable? What should a husband or BF do during the time his wife/girl friend is topfree to support her without making a scene or making her uncomfortable?
3) After your friends went home what did your husband do or say that was an encourgement to you or that let you know that he was proud of you? What would you suggest a husband or BF should do that your husband didn't do? What should the woman consider or draw from her first time that will make the next experience (such as the one you did some days later) even better?
You did a good job of getting your experience across without making an overly long post. Filling in the blanks could be lenghthly, also. That is why I suggested 3 seperate posts.
Thanks again for sharing.