Monthly Archives: December 2012

On the Eighth Day of Censorship, the Censors Gave to Me… Lords Banned for Witchcraft

…Bush Monkey Swimming Nude Adults laying A golden chastity key Aristophanes‘ The Birds Catholic French outrage, a Clear Channel Dove and no art in Newark library (until now! Censorship abated)   At least eight “Lords” have been banned or challenged at … Continue reading

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On the 7th Day of Censorship, the Censors Gave to Me…Bush Monkeys Swimming

Nude Adults laying A golden chastity key Aristophanes‘ The Birds Catholic French outrage, a Clear Channel Dove and no art in Newark library The manager of an art show being held at Chelsea Market didn’t much appreciate Chris Savido’s portrait … Continue reading

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On the 6th Day of Censorship the Censors Gave to Me… Nude Adults Laying

…A golden chastity key Aristophanes‘ The Birds Catholic French outrage, a Clear Channel Dove and no art in Newark library   A school administration in South Dakota pulled an entire set of encyclopedias off library shelves after discovering some steamy … Continue reading

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On the Fifth Day of Censorship, the Censors Gave to Me…A Golden Chastity Key

…A Golden Chastity Key Aristophanes’ “The Birds” Catholic French Outrage A Clear Channel Dove and no art in Newark Library   Joy Crane’s chastity belt sculpture was too risque for the “family-friendly” Brookings Art Council Annual Juried Art Exhibit in Sioux … Continue reading

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On the Fourth Day of Censorship, the Censors Gave to Me…

…Aristophanes’ The Birds Catholic French outrage, a Clear Channel Dove  and no art in Newark library Aristophanes? You mean the Greek playwright? If he was censored, it was, like, forever ago. Right? The Censorship Archives (thank you, Censorpedia) are pleased to … Continue reading

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On the Third Day of Censorship, the Censors Gave to Me…

…Catholic French outrage a Clear Channel Dove, and  no art in Newark library. An ad for Girbaud jeans in France sparked controversy in 2005 among French and Italian Catholics for being disrespectful to the Catholic faith. The ad is a … Continue reading

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On the Second Day of Censorship, the Censors Gave to Me…

…A Clear Channel dove and no art in Newark library In 2004 a billboard rented by Project Billboard was slated to be posted in Times Square during the Republican National Convention. The billboard read “Democracy is best taught by example, … Continue reading

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