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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Gardener Museum Ad- Suggestive But Not Subliminal

I think this one is easy to see. Its so typical Boston to equate art and classical beauty with sex. Naturally men here find the analogy attractive-to be able to play a woman 'like a violin' or instrument, sexually and otherwise.

One can see even the underlying organized crime culture here. It.used to be a common expression. "He's going to play her like a violin" as in being manipulated or ripped off.

Bostonians seem to require these constant promises of thrills or something exciting offered up constantly in their arts and culture.

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