Body painting artist Andy Golub organized a mass public nudty event in the heart of New York City. “Everyone feels that being naked is such a big thing but in reality that’s just who we are,” Golub said.
At least 200 nude models took over New York’s Times Square. These nude models, however, were not glamorous supermodels. They were, instead, people who volunteered to paint messages on their bodies and parade around naked.
In New York City, public nudity is a crime.
So, why are artists and performances given a pass on public street nudity?
Why is it OK for people to strut around in their birthday suit for the sake of art or entertainment when the same action by someone not involved in this “art” would land them in jail?
Most of us wouldn’t call it art or feel entertained by seeing people’s genitals and breasts covered only by body paint. We’d just like to walk around the city and see the sights, not the private parts of strangers.
The fact that these folks have convinced themselves this is okay simply demonstrates how far into the gutter our culture has slipped.
Right Wing News reports:
“Everyone feels that being naked is such a big thing but in reality that’s just who we are.” These are the words body painting artist Andy Golub used to justify his mass public nudity event held recently in Times Square. The event included 200 nude “models” (anyone who wanted to sign up, NOT supermodels) who were naked, painted with bright colors and phrases of their own choosing.