The Loom  discrimination for GLBT, Sex freedom, artistic Expression…and laughing all the way to the bank.

It’s official, after accepting my application, and in person interview, and 3 months rent +1 security, the lease was vetoed by one investor at the loom because he believed the nature of my business too sexual for the chabbad and Hasidic community for which he decides.

This is important, not just because it affects me but because this space is branding itself as an artist space, demanding a huge amount of financial commitment from artists, requires tenants to brand all of their media with The Loom and discriminates against businesses, based on insubstantial and religiously based reasoning.

Spread the word. We have a choice not to let this become the local destination. These people are interested in using the classic art studio model for increasing property values and have no interest in creating an actually artistic free expression space: DON’T LET THEM PROFIT FROM A MISCONCEPTION!


~ by Klawdya Rothschild on July 11, 2013.

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