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06/07/2007

NY C-ing that they made an artistic blunder

by Jeremy Hooper

So you may remember back to May of 2006, when we told you about a gay-inclusive Brooklyn College art exhibit that was pulled by the city of New York because of its "inappropriateness" for families. Well, the NY Sun reports today that the city, realizing they would lose the freedom of expression lawsuit that was subsequently filed by the students, has both apologized and agreed to pay each of the 18 students $750 (plus legal fees) for their suffering:

Apology by City on Art [NY Sun]

Consequently, we hear the city's always opportunistic prostitutes will now declare their makeup to to be paint, their bodies to be canvases, and their existences to be sculpted by God, in hopes of making a fast $750 when the city shutters their own showings and exhibitions. Clever guys and gals, they are.

**ALSO: For a great blog that has been tracking the whole situation, check out Plan C(ensored)

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