would never ask "is that your lovely penis?"
page first appeared on 10 November 2013:
on Redleg-v-Artists on 30 November 2013
June 2009 at the opening night event of an exhibition
of my work in an art gallery in Melbourne, the
Director of that gallery, Robert Cripps, approached a
woman viewing a painting picturing a rear facing
female nude and asked her
"Is that your lovely bottom?".
fig. 1, Cripps can apparently
identify females by looking at their "bottom".
entirely inappropriate, he is suing me for defamation
over what he has admitted to having had happened.
Cripps have asked a male a similar question?
fig. 2, would Cripps seek to
identify another male by asking them if it is their
page in-full can be read at:
Cripps, above, ran a failed-gallery
Author: Lee-Anne Raymond November 2013
are petitioning the Australian government to amend the
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