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3. Painting of American Indians deemed offensive by university but not nude photograph

Leaders at the University of Wisconsin-Stout decided to remove two historical paintings that featured American Indians and confine them to locked rooms on campus after deeming the frontier scenes potentially “harmful” for students to view in plain sight.

The paintings were commissioned by the federal government in the 1930s, and according to The College Fix, Wisconsin taxpayers forked over $26,000 to restore the artwork in 2012. Now, one painting will hang in a locked conference room where it will only be seen by appointment, and the other is relegated to archive storage.

Meanwhile, a large poster of a naked woman continues to hang proudly in clear view of everyone on campus. It is part of a senior student’s photography project titled “Unrestricted.” The female figure is posed on her knees and leaning backward. It has been hanging since the beginning of the Spring semester and will stay displayed for one year until it is replaced by another student’s art project.

Welcome to college in America.

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  1. Tricia Anthone

    Alumni of these institutions need to deliver the message by withholding donations. I would guess that some of the absurdities provoked by Title IX can be clarified by “guidance letters” from the Admin undoing the “guidance” offered by Obama’s admin. But the most effective message will come from Parents electing not to send kids to these schools and alumni electing not to support them while they remain bastions of fascist leftism.

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