University Lecturer Poses Nude: covering modesty With £5 and £20 notes

Exhibitonist university lecturer Dr Victoria Bateman has done it again.
Four years after posing nude for a portrait shown at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London, the economics fellow at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, has stripped down to make a point about gender inequality.
Posing in the historic university after giving a talk, entitled Feminism Meets Economics, at the Office for National Statistics, she covers her modesty with only a handful of £5 and £20 notes.
She noted ‘I’m a great believer in the power of art, which explains why I chose to dress like this. Art has a power that allows us to go beyond what the written or spoken word can offer.
Unless economists take feminism seriously, women’s rights and free-doms will continue to be under threat.
Economics needs to become intimately familiar with modern-day feminism if we are to make progress.’

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