Tue, 28 Aug 2012 10:02p.m.
Wellington’s Dowse Art Museum will press ahead with an artist's wish to only allow women to see her work, despite complaints to the Human Rights Commission.
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6/09/2012 6:19:26 p.m.
John Kantor wrote:
What it highlights is how sick societies control women.
5/09/2012 9:00:55 p.m.
cecilia carter wrote:
So this Cameron Director of Dowse Museum decided whats right for us to see and not to see ?? WOW! dictatorship discrimination? clearly it does! GALLERY?? PUBLIC ? BUT LIMITED?? COME ON!! Is this FREE Society??? clearly not according to CAMERON from DOWSE ART MUSEUM he has to choose that only women can see this exhibition!! give me a break!!!
5/09/2012 7:15:14 p.m.
other cultures have to obey nz laws right? so lets be fair on both genders and not show this exibition
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