I thought I should post that poster as a link, just so that everyone knows what's it all about. It's a poster for a famous photographer's exhibition in Budapest. Actually I was expecting that some people would object or comment on this poster. To create a mind opening discussion was my intention, but i didn't expect it to be pulled. It's over the top!<br><br>http://iraszl.brinkster.net/macminute/poster.htm<br><br>P.S.: I don't think this image is offending in any way. It features a beautiful old body. Old is not ugly, ugly minds are ugly. Kids should know how an old body looks like. They should be completely comfortable with it. Why is it OK to show a baby naked and not an elderly naked? Pedofilia, nekrofilia, etc. are ugly things, but to censor this was not fair. I don't want to offend anyone, but whoever censored this poster either knows nothing about art and photography and has an inmature taste for nudity or just plainly didn't think. Nevertheless he/she offended all old people. When he gets old, let the people be ashamed of him same way as he is ashamed of a such a post on his forum, so he'll understand what I mean.<br><br>P.S.S.: It's funny, a poster on streets of Budapest that can be seen by thousands of kids is OK, but a hidden thread mainly visited by adults is HARAM (means banned/shameful in Arabic). Am I supposed to watch my posts if they comply with a rating? It's ridiculous! We in Hungary, a post communist country, have more freedom than in America with a history of hundreds of years of democracy. Actually this level of "politically correctness" is somewhat the same as in Bahrain, which is an islamic/democratic kingdom. Does that not worry anyone? Playing safe? Minds closed?<br><br>I'm sure you'll like this image :<br><br><br>http://raszl.net
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Despite an earlier post which was done in jest, I agree. My earlier comment about a butt ugly body was in relation to the pic Gizmo posted. I found it odd that it should remain yet this artfully done picture should be witheld for others to see. The pic of the old woman was quite poignant. It was tastefully done and personally I wouldn't have a moments hesitation to allow any child I know to see it.<br>I find it interesting what you say about our so-called freedoms here in North America. We have a little more here in Canada but not much. Everyday another freedom seems to have erroded away. The powers that be are trying their best to program the way I think, the way I should feel. I'm personally fighting that BS and I raised my child to do the same. <br><br>I WILL NOT BE PROGRAMED !<br><br><br><br>
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