"Even if it's not a place we feel we would like in Pawtucket, we will go by the law," he said. The next step for Andelloux is to appeal the zoning ruling.

As to why she chose Pawtucket, which is more conservative than Providence, Andelloux said it doesn't matter where she is. "People have the same questions over and over again," she said. "It's really scary that people don't have an understanding of their body."

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