Tag Archives: sexuality

Armchair art critics decide art is inappropriate

In particular, a piece at the New York Met. (via the article) The piece, “Thérèse Dreaming” by the French artist Balthus, “sexualizes” the girl by depicting her lounging in a skirt with her knee up on a chair, according to … Continue reading

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naked vegetables are obscene?

When it’s a veg that looks like legs and private parts, yes.. It looked like a human body in a sitting position, two long legs stretching forward with one leaning slightly on the other. There is even a piece slightly … Continue reading

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Couple can’t adopt because they’re Christian?

Christian persecution! Christian persecution! Or is it? At first glance of the headlines one may think so, but them getting denied is not specifically because they’re Christian. Plenty of Christian couples are allowed to adopt children in Alberta, I’d wager. … Continue reading

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Morality Movie Monday – Twin Peaks: fire walk with me

True, it’s Tuesday, but we watched this last night, finally. And before I get to the thoughts about it: The song is created by Marjen, my dear Hubs, called “Waldo the Bird is Dead” — part of a “Prequel of … Continue reading

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Question of Atheist Scruples – money money money

The question: You and your spouse have trouble making ends meet. You have a nine-year-old daughter who is a natural model. Do you try to make money by promoting her as a model? Probably not at the age of nine … Continue reading

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Dear parents, your grade 9 kid should already know about sex

Another older article, but this time about books, censorship and schools. A common story. Upset parents demanded this week that the Kings Canyon Unified School District remove a book intended for freshmen English classes that one father said is “inappropriate, … Continue reading

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Prudes in Houston don’t like new naked statue

Just “steps away” from a splash park, too, according to the video accompanying the short news item. Nine bronze sculptures on display at Discovery Green in downtown Houston, Texas are drawing fire. The works of art show a man in … Continue reading

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