Thursday, April 28, 2011

Somebody Call the Ohio National Guard

Three firms in Ohio refused to print Kent State's gay student publication, but getting a straight answer as to why hasn't been easy. The spring 2010 issue of Fusion, published a year ago, depicted partial male nudity on its back cover and in a six-page spread inside, yet this time a photo of bulge in a leotard was deemed too "graphic." (A fourth printer ended up printing the magazine, but charged $2,200 to rush it through.) Read about the controversy HERE.

A six-page spread in last year's spring issue of Fusion featured "Boys in Bottoms." The issue's publisher, Freeport Press Inc., said it published the images in error.

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