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By Jørn Stjerneklar

Facebook has some robots to check the content of what you post on your fb-wall. Those robots seems to be biased since they have allowed Mayday Press to publish naked black women, but as soon as a white lady hit the our wall, it was removed. Here' the original post written on Facebook. See the previous blogs about this subject to judge for yourselves.

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It's hard to be artistic if you are not allowed to show the human body. Ask the old Greeks or Romans about that.

It might be that some cultures get offended by seeing a pair of breasts.

You can wonder why, since most of us has been up and in close contact to breast since birth.

But why do they have to rule Facebook, these people? Nobody forces them to look at our fb-wall and get pissed over what we post. Nobody.

This picture is of a Danish artist before she even knew she wanted to be an artist. She is pregnant with her first boy and I wanted to show exactly that in the portrait. So off with the shirt so we all can see for ourselves. Can it offend someone? Yes.

So what?

Irene Rosenkrantz is today a successful artist living in a small town, Nykøbing Sjælland.

You should visit her homepage and see the beautiful sculptures and paintings and jewelry she creates. We are sure you will love it.

And all these words we dedicate to our friend journalist Adam Holm. He has of course an opinion about this subject as well. If your name is Adam, a man best know for nudity according to the bible, you have to have strong feelings about this subject.

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