An art gallery in Airstrip One removed a Victorian Era painting that depicted women in a state of undress; it offended the #MeToo movement.
It isn’t the first time this has happened and, oh, guess who else is involved in the sudden left-wing purge against “offensive” art?
Facebook has been criticised for removing imagery of a nude statue of the god Neptune which has stood in a public square in Bologna, Italy, for centuries. It said the work was “sexually explicit.”
Likewise, imagery of the Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen, Denmark, was taken down for showing “too much bare skin.”
While in 2016, officials in Florence, Italy, covered up Michelangelo’s “David” during a visit by the president of Iran, reportedly to respect the country’s cultural norms.
By the way, it’s only the depiction of the beauty of the human form that the cultural jihadists on the left find offensive; crucifixes dunked in urine and the Virgin Mary smeared in menses are still just dandy.
Heck, I’m old enough to remember when the left got their panties in a wad because George W. Bush’s Attorney General covered the hoo-hahs on a naked lady statue.