The overtly graphic offending photos are
100 snapshots of naked South American men with erections...
in suggestive poses in front of a wall of female pinups...
PUKE AN IMPROVEMENT ON GAY ART
"We had an officer go over and take a report and
that report was forwarded to our vice section and
they have determined there was not evidence
that would support a criminal charge."
"No discernment and no moral fibre" is how I heard someone describe the average North American citizen and the following story about a public art exhibit of naked gay men with erections sticking it to pin-up girls that has travelled the world for twelve years without even one complaint until it hit Regina puts real meaning to those words.
The planet has become a sadistic whore-house with the politicians and police in on the take of the powers-that-be who are "corrupting the minds of children and destroying the society in which they live". And all the while Susie Housecoat and Joe Sixpack say and do nothing while their children are abused by the culture. The children who survived the abortion gauntlet are now being purveyed on by perverts. The homosexual revolution we're experiencing now is just one small part of their evil destruction of decent human sexuality. ~ Jackie Jura
Renowned gay art exhibit prompts complaint in Regina, but police won't charge
Tim Cook, National Post, July 27, 2004 http://www.canada.com/national/nationalpost/news/artslife/story.html?id=e386525f-a64b-498e-b791-19cba384653b
An award-winning exhibition that has appeared across Canada and been called a unique collection of contemporary gay-themed artwork has prompted a police investigation during its stop in Saskatchewan.
One part of the exhibit - a collection of photos showing aroused naked men lounging in suggestive poses - resulted in a complaint to authorities. Regina police spokeswoman Elizabeth Popowich confirmed officers investigated the display but said they were not planning to press charges. "We had an officer go over and take a report and that report was forwarded to our vice section," Popowich said. "They have determined there was not evidence that would support a criminal charge."
Still, the whole ordeal has created quite a flap. "We're really surprised," said Barbara Fischer, curator of the Blackwood Gallery at the University of Toronto in Mississauga, Ont. She helped compile what she calls the unique exhibition by General Ideas, a trio of Canadian artists who specialized in juxtaposing mass culture with elements of gay identity. Two of the artists - Jorge Zontal and Felix Partz - have since died. A.A. Bronson, born in Vancouver, still works out of Toronto and New York. "This exhibition has been travelling since January 2003," Fischer said. "It's been shown in over six venues now and nowhere has it caused a stir. All of a sudden people seem to have taken note of it differently." Bronson was caught off guard.
He said the offending portion of the exhibition - a piece entitled Maracaibo - has actually been shown to international audiences since 1992 and has never invoked this kind of response. "It's been shown all over the world for 12 years and this is the first complaint we have ever received," he said in a telephone interview from New York. "It is a provocative piece but I never would have expected any problems with the police."
The main concern in Regina is that the exhibit is displayed in a publicly run gallery, the Dunlop, which is in the same building as the public library. Library officials have also received complaints. One man, Dan Kozak, wondered why the photographs are considered "art." "I could go buy some pornographic magazines and find pictures that are identical except for the faces," he said.
The offending photos are the only overtly graphic part of the exhibit. They feature more than 100 snapshots of South American men - many of them with erections and posed in front of a wall of female pinups. The pictures were taken by a Venezuelan man who put them in an album. After the man died, General Idea came across the albums, took photos of them, and displayed their photos as art. Fischer explained the photos take the pop-culture sexuality of the pinups and contrast it with gay sexuality. "Part of it is also just the fluidity of sexuality," Bronson added.
But some people who have visited the gallery and recorded their comments in a book by the door weren't impressed. "I almost puked, but that would have been an improvement," wrote someone named Marc. "Quite frankly, I'm appalled," wrote another person named Ron.
The gallery has taken steps to make sure no one sees the exhibit by accident, and staff have hired a security guard to make sure the collection is protected. The gallery is usually one of the first things visitors see when they enter the library, but the windows are now papered over and a warning sign has been posted on the doors.
Library board chairwoman Darlene Hincks said officials will consider putting up a screen to shield people from the photos once inside the gallery. "We felt as a board we had to do something," Hincks said. "Although this exhibition is right across Canada, this is a public building and a public place. People bring their children to the library."
Fischer points out that a book featuring the collection has won awards, including the Melva J. Dwyer award for excellence in Canadian art publishing, given out by the Art Libraries Society of North America. The exhibition was put together through grants from groups that included the Canadian Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council and the Andy Warhol Foundation. It has already been shown at the University of Toronto and at galleries in Kingston, Ont., Montreal, Halifax and Hamilton without a whiff of objection, Fischer said. "Certainly what would be great is if this controversy brings to the fore issues of male sexuality and queer sexuality especially," she said. "I think that people will be curious about what has caused all the fuss and that might be great for the exhibition."
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500 new porn sites a day (workshop teaches webmasters how). MontrealGazette, Jun 6, 2003. Go to A DIFFERENT BOMB
Porno's unholy alliance (corporate sexual communism). Sydney MH, May 25, 2003. Go to 30.Love Instinct & A DIFFERENT BOMB
Playboy making millions (San Pornando Valley's dirty little secret). National Post, May 12, 2003. Go to & 35.Brotherhood & PLAYBOY'S JFK
Pedophiles crawl out of closet (Polanski doing movie about Kinsey). WorldNetDaily, Jan 31, 2003. Go to 30.Love Instinct & CHILD SEX IN BNW
Corporate America profits from porn ("Congress should subpoena the people who run these shows"). ABCNews, Jan 28, 2003. Go to 35.The Brotherhood
Sex survey in schools (assuming parents' responsibilities & parents are letting them). WashTimes, Jan 23, 2003. Go to 23.Proles & 30.Love Instinct & Family
Gay picture book for children (and adults for Valentine's Day). The Guardian, Jan 21, 2003. Go to 30.Love & Family & KINSEY & HOMOSEXUAL REVOLUTION
Violent & bloody images of children (exhibited in Canadian art gallery prove 'society going down toilet'). National Post, Jan 13, 2003. Go to 7.Systems of Thought
Vice-squad ok's live sex-show (actors in every act imaginable including woman with pony). Telegraph, Mar 8, 2003. Go to 35.The Brotherhood
Big Bad Love in Canada (Hard-core porn on basic TV). Globe & Mail, Feb 9, 2003
'I am not a pedophile', says Townshend (in truth he's a pedophile's victim). National Post, Jan 13, 2003. Go to TOMMY WAS SEXUALLY ABUSED & CHILD SEX IN BNW/NWO
Chinese baby-eater shown on TV ("utter depravity" of broadcasting disgusts & horrifies British). Globe & Mail, Jan 3, 2003. Go to 7.Systems of Thought
Pinnocchio is gay in 2002 remake (wears chains, manacles & dog collar). National Post, Dec 27, 2002. Go to 30.Love & Family & WALT DISNEY AMERICAN HERO
Sex sells for pop tarts (egged on by braying men, Britney spreads her legs). Australia Age, Dec 20, 2002. Go to 30.Love Instinct & 35.The Brotherhood
Hard core porn for prisoners (European Union overturns British law). BackPage, Nov 25, 2002. Go to 22.Doublethink
Santas get & give oral sex in Norway ("Santa Klauz is coming soon!"). Aftenposten, Nov 24, 2002
HOLOCAUST IN OUR HIGH SCHOOLS (safe-sex, pro-abortion teachings have caused epidemic of disease & death). National Post, Nov 23, 2002
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University shoots porn movie (students having sex with actresses). LasVegas Sun, Nov 20, 2002
Morning-after pill in schools (for 11-yr olds w/o consent). Telegraph, Nov 18, 2002. Go to 22.Doublethink
EU gives convicts hardcore porn (right of expression & information). Aussie Age, Nov 11, 2002. EU Council outlaws net speech (some ideas & theories are 'hate'). Wired News, Nov 11, 2002. Go to 23.The Proles & 22.Doublethink
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Most violent video ever (practise virtual killing). Standard Times, Nov 1, 2002
Sex-talk in school newspapers (sexuality is dehumanized with no moral-spiritual-social dimension). Boundless Webzine, Oct 31, 2002. Go to 30.Love Instinct & Family & SIR PAUL'S WIFE A LADY?
Google censoring web content (gov't shutting politically incorrect but leaving hard-core porn). BBC News, Oct 28, 2002
Kinsey: Porn Star (launched sexual revolution). WorldNetDaily, Oct 27, 2000
Brit students to test condoms (actively recruited & well paid). CNN.com, Oct 24, 2002. Go to SEX IN BRAVE NEW WORLD
French film shows 9-minute rape (Britain will air uncut). London Telegraph, Oct 22, 2002. Go to 35.The Brotherhood
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Porno cell phone messages (monthly fee to receive calls). Yahoo!Reuters, Oct 15, 2002 and MUSEUM OF SEX OPENS IN NY. Go to KINSEY WAS A PERVERT
Hard-core porn in motels (family group X-ing out XXX). USA Today, Sep 24, 2002. Go to 30.Love Instinct & Family
Penis-twisting on stage worldwide (genital origami = penis puppetry). Edmonton Journal, Sep 20, 2002. Go to 30.Love Instinct
Tumbling 911 woman on display (Rockefeller Center allows sculpture). New York Post, Sep 18, 2002
Computer games horrify parents (teens pimping, dealing heroin, killing...) News Australia, Sep 15, 2002. Go to 35.The Brotherhood
'Sickening' paedophilia books rock France (sex with 2-yr old described). London Observer, Sep 1, 2002. Go to SEX WITH KIDS IN BNW and KID SEX IN KINSEY REPORT
Eminem lyrics behind sex attack. London Telegraph, Aug 29, 2002. LYRICS to Eminem songs
National library collecting pornography (gay websites, books, magazines...). Sydney Herald, Aug 26, 2002. Go to PERVERT BEHIND SEXUAL REVOLUTION
Marketing sex products to pre-teen girls (bombarding them with pornography). ABC News, Jun 12, 2002. Go to BRAVE NEW WORLD
New "Peter Pan" has sexy Wendy (author would have been horrified). National Post, Jun 6, 2002. Go to DISNEY WOULD BE HORRIFIED TOO
Cybersex porn games go all the way (drug turns players into sex slave). Wired News, May 8, 2002
Court strikes down child porn ban (virtual child sex ok for pedophiles & moviemakers). Yahoo News! AP, Apr 16, 2002. Go to JFK's JUDGE WAS PRO-LIFE
Basic cable: wired for raunch (pornography & violence aimed at youngsters). Cybercast News Service, Feb 8, 2002
"Girls, gambling & games" (broadband speeds up downloads of porno). Tech Central, Dec 20, 2001
URINETOWN, a broadway musical about urine" (excretion-themed satire about a city that has outlawed the use of private toilets to conserve water, forcing residents to use public, pay-for-use facilities (pee-fee) operated by a corrupt captain of industry). National Post, Oct 1, 2001
Swearing up 78% during TV family hour, study finds. National Post, August 2, 2001
Bronze penis stolen from Ontario gallery. National Post, April 25, 2001.
'Naked News' hires a man. National Post, April 10, 2001
Cable barons apply to screen adult channels. National Post, March 3, 2001.
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