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Video: Gay artist’s work smashed in New Delhi

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  1. Wow. Destroying art because of ones one ignorant hates – these people are better categorised as animals.

    1. i think animals would object to your characterisation

      1. Probably. I know many species have increased intellectual capacity than most of these religious nutters do too.

  2. Father Ted 26 Jan 2012, 2:43pm

    Good publicity for the artist. And the attacker looks ridiculous.

  3. Some religious terrorist hiding behind a mask like the Christian Anonymous people who pretend to be something else. The art gallery needed security to protect the artist and their art from these people.

    1. I’m reluctant to say it in case it’s not, but it does look like a stunt.

  4. Robin Evans 26 Jan 2012, 11:03pm

    More fundamentalist religious idiots… This is what religion produces, hate and ignorance….

    1. religion is a cancer! I always thought Hindus showed more integrity than this… Mind you having said that, a nuclear war could very well erupt between India and Pakistan because two groups of people can’t agree on which fairytale characters are real or not.

  5. It looks like the homophobia of the colonial days is alive and destructive in India.

    This is disturbing.

  6. It seems like Hinduism in the 21st century has become so very prudish… What about Khajuraho and Kama Sutra? Both are highly erotic ancient Hindu works. Khajuraho is the largest complex of Hindu and Jain temples in the world, and it features a huge number of engravings, about 10% of which are explicitly sexual in nature, including group sex. And yet in modern India, a kiss in public or in films is considered grossly indecent? How did this happen?

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