smoke-in

smoke-in

n. a young people’s public gathering of the 1960s where marijuana was smoked in open defiance of the law. My uncle was at a smoke-in. He says the reporters were getting kids to pose for shots.
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While some smokers marked the brave new dawn with nicotine-fuelled smoke-ins at bars and clubs, Mr McConnell declared: "Scotland will be proud that it has gone smoke-free ahead of any other part of the UK.
Maybe it will lead to small cubicles in dimly-lit rooms set aside for illicit smoke-ins.
Somewhere in the existential depths of that brawl of screaming transvestites were all the freedom rides, the antiwar marches, the sit-ins, the smoke-ins, the be-ins, the consciousness-raising, the bra-burning, the levitation of the Pentagon, the endless meetings and broken hearts.