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PRIME Minister Kevin Rudd says he can't stand artwork that depicts naked children.
Mr Rudd today said work such as that shown in this month's edition of Art Monthly Australia did the opposite of restoring dignity to the debate over depictions of children in art.
The taxpayer-funded magazine used a picture of a naked six-year-old girl on the cover of its July edition in protest against the treatment of artist Bill Henson.
politicians are to unsure where to draw the line
with animated child pornography an issue would you consider that art?
Originally posted by xmotex
I guess he should send somebody to Florence to smash Michelangelo's David to bits, since it's a nude depiction of an underage male...
Originally posted by pluckynoonez
(Forum poster) Plucky is stunned (taken aback) rhetorically (the ancient tradition) by your use of parenthesis (in this discussion thread).
doesn't that mean the public funded magazine exploited this little girl for its own agenda.
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
there has never been an Australian Liberal Government who has taken us to War, (i.e. Iraq is a Policing Action, not a war), in a war civilians are targetted.