I agree.Originally Posted by radedwardThe problem is definition.
What is ultra liberal?
What is liberal for that matter?
What is anti-institution?
Does ultra-liberal mean that she should go and break every rule there is in the book? or does it mean do she can break a few rules and let other rules stand? Or does it just mean that she can do whatever she wants without having to explain herself, which is quite ironic because she is trying to justify her actions on her blog, even though she's telling people that she doesn't care about their opinions.
Underneath it all, we all want people to know what we're doing and why we're doing it and get some approval so that we can bask in it (no matter how much we try to deny it).
It's strange that we will see Crazy Horse Cabaret coming in a few months time and yet someone's (tasteful) nudity on the internet is a huge problem for society at large.
Maybe if she had posted a warning that there would be nudity and pasted the link offsite, then it might not have been such a huge issue? Just a thought.
Really, the problem with the whole nudity thing hasn't yet been defined.
No one has really come forward and given a tangible reason for why her being nude on her blog is wrong besides the fact that it is 'wrong'.
It is not explicitly clear why this is wrong besides the fact that some part of our brain has chosen to label it such.
I'll bet you the only reason why the person in the street can give about this nudity issue is that it is shameful and/or disgusting but is unable to explain clearly why they find it shameful and/or disgusting.