Skip to comments.Puppet Cleavage Too Racy for Colo. City
Posted on 02/23/2010 12:00:04 PM PST by JoeProBono
Ad Posters for Broadway Show "Avenue Q" Rejected Because They Show the Cleavage of a Fuzzy Pink Puppet: Puppet cleavage has been ruled out for advertising posters in Colorado Springs bus shelters.
Lamar Advertising rejected posters for a touring production of the Broadway show "Avenue Q" because they show the cleavage of a fuzzy pink puppet.
Lamar account executive Jeff Moore says the company takes a conservative approach in Colorado Springs. The city is known for its political conservatism, and some conservative Christian groups have headquarters in the city.
PS - There is also puppet sex in the play...
...and the blue guy is gay.
WHO HAD A HAND IN THAT?
I do think that communities have the right to pass "nuisance laws" against pornography in the public square, etc.
But... it's a puppet.
Boy, I’m glad I don’t have to see that every morning on the way to work ....
Hubba, hubba....hold me back
Calm down, Pinocchio.
. . . so the city wants as many people to see this as possible. By denying the poster, the advertising will be more than the promoters can buy.
I’ve seen a lot worse on TV and I’m betting the city has allowed worse, which will come out in the news.
It is LIVE puppet sex...
Its a little disturbing that you had that photo so quickly at your disposal. ;^)
I have sinned. Where's my self-flagellation whip when I need it...
You forgot to mention that the blue guy is gay AND he’s a conservative - of course. Because as every leftist knows, all conservatives are closet homos.
Hmm...the phrase “Puppet Cleavage” tripped my FR “must-read” macro. That hasn’t happened since the “bucket of dildos” story of a couple of years ago...
Just out of curiousity, who’s the woman with Elmo?
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