Nude art, as we all know, has been around for centuries. And while nude sculptures are praised at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, real nude models, apparently, aren’t treated with the same respect.
Especially when the photographer that snaps her pictures doesn’t have any permission.
While I praise Zach Hyman for his boldness, I can clearly see why this incident was deemed indecent. Kathleen Neill was only doing her job as a model by following what Hyman had told her to do, however, she was the only one charged with “endangering the welfare of a minor” and “public lewdness.”
When asked about the subject of not having permission Hyman stated, “People take personal pictures there all the time.” Of course, it should be noted that the pictures taken are usually of fully-clothed families.
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