I’m not sure if all artists can truly be creative without fear because the real world has violent people who have money and political agendas that go against artistic freedom if there is art that does not adhere to political agendas. There is a reason why there are starving artists that are open-minded, very imaginative, brutally honest, and unconventional who have a hard time gaining money and power because the cultures and the people who support those cultures make it hard for unconventional artists to be tolerated in the people’s societies. William Shakespeare could have written about many, many taboo subjects in his stories, but that wouldn’t let him make much money because it would make the government make sure that William doesn’t have enough money and power to influence the culture that surrounded William. An artist such as Taylor Swift makes a lot of money, but that’s because she makes conventional art that is repetitive that doesn’t require someone to have a big vocabulary to understand her music. Her music is simple, so she can make her music appeal to the masses. Also, the pop music industry’s golden age ended in the 1990’s. When the 1990’s became history and the year of 2000 started, pop music became more predictable, more conventional, more robotic because of making music digital, more laid back because mumble rappers became more popular, and the pop industry in the 2000 mainly focused on songs that were about sex, drugs, money, less politics, rock music that tries hard to hold a candle to 1980’s rock music from Pink Floyd and Queen and David Bowie and Jim Morrison and Def Leppard, and conventional feelings like love, hate, sadness, happiness, feeling hopeless, and other things. So it is more challenging for unconventional artists to become a household name now, especially when political interests exist in the real world. Online websites such as Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, and most online forums have policies that promote censorship. So those platforms are not suitable for full artistic expression if pornography, transphobia, homophobia, racism, sexual abuse, criminal activities, bloody violence, cussing, brutal honesty, and spamming are part of the artistic expression. Because those platforms benefit the echo chambers of the people who control those platforms rather than letting unconventional artists express themselves artistically without censorship. Unconventional art has always been not very easy to release to the public because societies have rules, conventional thinking, and they try to do business as usual despite that change will always happen. Jack, you would have had more artistic freedom in America before the early 2000’s. Because the American governments in the states are decreasing these things: freedoms, opportunities, health benefits, education benefits, retirement benefits, quality in products at the expense of poor people who are trying to save money for retirement and their children’s futures, and other things. America became an anti-intellectual empire of oligarchical terrorism. The Americans are drowning in hypocrisy and greed because they’re spoiled because they live in a 1st world country that is protected by the terroristic American military and the cruel American international businesses that abusively exploit the poor people from poor countries because the greedy American international businessmen don’t want those poor countries to become developed countries because developed countries usually don’t have very cheap labor. Artists that want to be brutally honest about politics sometimes are silenced with bribes from governments. Artists can be creative without fear when they don’t let emotions, politicians, and people control them by making them too scared to show their artistic expression.