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Museums create Onlyfans accounts after artworks banned on social media for nudity

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Several museums have decided to create an Onlyfans account after some of their artworks were banned on Facebook and Instagram due to nudity.

Vienna’s tourist board says their efforts to share the art in their museums through social media have been hindered due to certain policies so they are looking for other methods of sharing the art.

“WienTourismus uses OnlyFans as an alternative platform to show world-famous works of art that have been classified as pornography and deleted on established social platforms such as Facebook and Instagram, thus stimulating a discussion about the fact that this is often viewed as pornography or offensive in social networks what falls under artistic freedom,” the tourism board said.

While the board has created the account, the next step is getting the word out about it.

Those who subscribe to the museums Onlyfans account will receive a free ticket that will grant them access to the Leopold Museum, the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, the Albertina or the Naturhistorisches Museum Wien.

They are also eligible for a Vienna City Card, which grants the user free travel on the city’s public transport, as well as discounts on entrance fees.