In Overland Park, Kansas, the city council stood behind a controversial statue in a public garden, despite an outcry from a faith-based 'pro-family' group which objected to the image of a headless young woman with bare breasts snapping a photograph of herself.
In Overland Park, Kansas, the city council stood behind a controversial statue in a public garden, despite an outcry from a faith-based 'pro-family' group which objected to the image of a headless young woman with bare breasts snapping a photograph of herself. Kansas City Star/MCT
In Overland Park, Kansas, the city council stood behind a controversial statue in a public garden, despite an outcry from a faith-based 'pro-family' group which objected to the image of a headless young woman with bare breasts snapping a photograph of herself. Kansas City Star/MCT

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