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Woman With Crow Bar Shreds Stanford Prof’s Porn

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Posted on October 8 2010 2:00 pm
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I knew that I wouldn’t have to look very far to find a picture of infamous artist and Stanford Professor, Enrique Chagoya, in a black turtle neck. All pretentious artists have one.

The ones who use blasphemous religious images and sex to add street cred to their “work” often have more than one. Chagoya’s offensive work depicting Jesus Christ engaged in a homosexual act WAS on display at the Loveland Museum in my home state of Colorado- until yesterday. That is until a truck driving, Jesus loving, bad-ass woman with a crow bar smashed through pretense and plexiglass and ripped Chagoya’s 5 cent art, (the 5 cents is for the paper) to shreds.

The women who committed this crime, 56 year old Kathleen Folden, is now facing felony charges for the crime. While she did illegally destroy the property of the Loveland Museum, funded by tax-payers, I think that the real criminal act that should be prosecuted was committed by the museum. The “art” in question was pornographic in its content, and was placed in an area where it was viewed by unsuspecting children.

I am issuing a call to the parents of any child traumatized by Chagoya’s pornographic work to sue the museum. Just because the pornography was produced by a self-proclaimed artist, it should not be given a free pass from decency laws. If a non-artist were to rip a page out of  “Hustler” magazine and show it to children, he/she would be arrested and prosecuted as a sex offender. It is time to point out that the Emperor has no clothes and end the loophole labels of “art” and “free speech” that allow pornography and blasphemy to reach our children.

The era of government funded pornography and blasphemy in the guise of art needs to come to an end. Artists have become pigs at the trough when it comes to our money. We are paying to have our aesthetics and religious beliefs mocked by those who think that they are smarter and cooler than not only us, but God. Perhaps a new definition for art should be written: art: a creation from human hands willingly purchased by a non government entity and seen by those who choose to do so.

As for the criminal mastermind, Kathleen Folden, I think that when she gets out of jail she could have promising new career as an art critic. I for one will be donating to her legal defense fund.

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