I would like to quote your writing about Robert Mapplethorpe, would you like to be quoted as Tess45?
It is for an essay on Mapplethorpe's image 'Ajitto' as evidence for a point about why people find the work offensive and what that says about the viewer. As a reference do you prefer to be quoted as Tess45, hubpages.com or a full name perhaps?
You may use my real name, Theresa O'Hagan. I am glad you found my hub helpful. If I answered to late, however you credited me is fine.
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