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The Vienna Tourist Board has just opened an account on OnlyFans, claiming that the platform, mainly known for its adult content, remains the only place naked works of art from the city’s museums can get ” the freedom they deserve ”.

The Austrian capital is “Is home to some of the world’s most famous works of art, many of which contain nudity. The most prominent social networks have implemented policies that prohibit or censor such works ”, the tourist office explained.

With our OnlyFans account, we want to give these works the freedom they deserve, including on social networks.

Vienna teased its switch to subscription OnlyFans on other platforms with a clip showing the more decent parts of works by Peter Paul Rubens, Egon Schiele and other artists whose work is on display in museums around the city, and asking the audience if they wanted to see more.

The Albertina Museum, Leopold Museum, Art History Museum and Natural History Museum are all part of the OnlyFans project. They became earlier “Victims of this new wave of prudishness” This has resulted in the blacklisting of famous works of art on social media and the outright strikes that published them, the tourist office said.

In July, the Albertina Museum saw its TikTok account blocked for sharing a work by Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki, which featured an obscured female breast. In 2019, Instagram slammed the museum for breaking community standards by sharing a classic Rubens painting.



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Meanwhile, the Leopold Museum got into trouble with Facebook and Instagram earlier this year, after its promotional clip, which included a work by Koloman Moser, was reported as “Potentially pornographic” by their algorithms.

However, the most ridiculous censorship case of all happened in 2018, when Facebook told the Natural History Museum that its photo of the 25,000-year-old Venus of Willendorf figurine was porn and deleted it. of the site.

Those who subscribe to Vienna’s OnlyFans page will receive an official business card or free ticket to one of the museums to experience X-rated art in real life.

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