The Vienna Tourist Board has just opened an account on OnlyFans, saying that the platform, mainly known for adult content, remained the only place where nude artworks from the city’s museums could get “the freedom they deserve.”
Austrian Capital is “home to some of the world’s most famous artworks, many containing nudity. The most prominent social networks have policies in place that ban or censor such works,”The tourist board explained.
With our OnlyFans account, we want to give these artworks the freedom they deserve – including on social media.
Vienna has been teasing its move to subscription-based OnlyFans on other platforms with a clip showing the more decent parts of the works by Peter Paul Rubens, Egon Schiele, and other artists whose work is exhibited in the city’s museums, and asking the audience if they wanted to see more.
Leopold Museums, the Albertina Museum, Art History Museums, and Natural History Museums are all included in the OnlyFans project. These were previously known as “casualties of this new wave of prudishness”The tourist board stated that this resulted is famous artworks being blocked on social media, and that strikes were issued to anyone who posts them.
The Albertina Museum’s TikTok account was blocked in July after it shared a Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Aaki’s work, featuring a female breast that had been hidden. Instagram inflicted a blame on the museum for breaking community standards by sharing a Rubens classic painting.
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The Leopold Museum was also in hot water with Instagram and Facebook after its promotion clip featuring Koloman Mozer’s artwork was reported as “untrue”. “potentially pornographic”By their algorithms.
The most outrageous case of censorship occurred in 2018 when Facebook claimed that the photo of Venus of Willendorf, a 25,000-year old figurine, was porn. It then removed it from its site.
Those subscribing to Vienna’s OnlyFans page will receive an official sightseeing card or a free ticket to one of the museums to check out the X-rated art in real life.
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