By Sean Maguire
"The Sydney Morning Herald" has recently written an article that details how Bill Henson has complained about another artist using his photographs for their own artworks.
Yet, the sub-heading of the article reads:
"Controversial photographer Bill Henson usually defends the right to exhibit his photos of naked children. Not this time."
How ridiculously inappropriate.
The article was about possible copyright infringement but "The Herald" has framed the man as some sort of defender of kiddy porn publishing.
Since Miranda Devine and until eternity - Henson will be unfairly hounded by "The Herald".
What do you think of the media's treatment of Henson? Will he ever be able escape to the original controversy? Tell us and remember...Disqus!