"The bill is sexist and unconstitutional. And that's all it is at the end of the day and that should be enough to kill a bill," said Bouldin, a Democrat.
Bouldin made comments about the bill on Facebook and two of her colleagues, including the bill's sponsor, fired back.
Rep. Josh Moore commented, "If it's a woman's natural inclination to pull her nipple out in public then you should have no problem with a man's inclination to stare at it and grab it." He later deleted his comment.
Rep. Al Baldasaro responded, "No disrespect. But your nipple would be the last one I would want to see."
"What Al said was really rude. And it hurt my feelings a little," said Bouldin.
Baldasaro stood by his comment Sunday.
"I'm not apologizing for nothing. I mean. I have no reason whatsoever to see the breast of a colleague," he said.
FOX25 was unable to reach Moore for comment, who is the bill sponsor.
Baldasaro said he doesn't agree with all aspects of the bill, but suggests the advent of public nudity in New Hampshire makes the bill necessary. When asked if he could understand why some women would be insulted by his comments, he said he could, but still supports the bill.
"I can on the libertarians, I can on the democrats. Yeah I can. But many republican women, many in my district, believe that with nudity, there's a time and a place," he said.
Baldasaro said that time and place is not in public in New Hampshire.