When museums must resort to porn websites to share art, we’ve got a problem

MINOT, N.D. — In 2002, U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft, a devout Christian, became the butt of many jokes after the Justice Department put up drapes (they cost a ridiculous $8,000) to hide the bare breasts on the Spirit of Justice statue often seen in the background of news conferences.

Ashcroft’s aversion to the female form seemed quaintly out of touch at the time.

Who knew he was on the cutting edge of culture?

OnlyFans is a website that allows individual content creators to deliver photos and videos directly to their audiences, usually for money. It’s mostly used by pornographers, which is why you might not want to admit that you know what it is, but among its more recent sign-ups is the Vienna Tourism Board.

Yes, that Vienna and, yes, they’re sharing nudes.

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Rob Port is the editor of SayAnythingBlog.com, a columnist for the Forum News Service, and host of the Plain Talk Podcast which you can subscribe to by clicking here.

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