A couple days ago, conservative radio host Laura Ingraham was sitting in for Bill O'Reilly on Fox News and interviewed Annie Oakley, founder and director of the Sex Worker's Art Show. (The same Sex Worker's Art Show that got William & Mary's president fired.) Ingraham showed a complete lack of professionalism — or class, for that matter — by referring to the performance art exhibit as a "traveling sex show," making it sound like some sort of orgy circus that tours the country in a caravan of covered wagons. In fact, Ingraham was so busy being a judgmental, condescending jerkass that she didn't get that the show is not porn, but art about the experiences of those who work in the sex industry. Clip above.
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