Sculpture of Martin Luther King arouses American anger: “It looks like a penis”

A sculpture in honor of Martin Luther King has caused it to fly with accusations of first pornography and then false goodness

In 1965, Martin Luther King (1929-68) gave a speech in Boston, Massachusetts, and as many as 22,000 turned up to hear the master orator and ardent civil rights defender, who had received the Nobel Peace Prize the year before.

Recently, the two events were then linked when a 19-ton bronze sculpture called “The Embrace” – “The Embrace” – was presented to the public in the Boston Common park and turned out to be inspired by a photograph of Luther King hugging his wife, Coretta Scott King, immediately after the awarding of the Nobel Prize.

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