Renowned nude photos banned by University of North Carolina at Wilmington
The Project presents a chronological series of nude photographic portraits of diverse girls and women of many ages, shapes, sizes, and conditions, plus their personal statements about their bodies and experiences. The University has banned the photos of anyone under 18. It is the only organization to do so in the Project’s long history.
The ban was declared after receipt of a complaint from
The Century Project has received extraordinary praise from psychiatrists, counsellors, educators, and the general public. It has never been challenged by law enforcers. The book of the Project explains why it is “neither obscene nor pornographic.”
What does the book’s publisher think of the ban? Dr.
“What about the University’s prior commitment to The Century Project?” asks Dr. Rapoport. “And freedom of expression and inquiry? Also, by banning all the photos of the under 18s, the University indicates they may be pornographic or illegal, which they aren’t. That’s unjust.
“UNCW’s unnecessary censorship does violence to The Century Project. It’s deplorable, coming from a university.”
The Century Project’s creator, Frank Cordelle, will arrive in
“UNCW holds a record high of 2000 visitors to The Century Project from a few days in February, 2002. It’s disturbing that this wonderful reputation counts for nothing.”
The Century Project is at UNCW’s Warwick Ballroom
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