Fuji got it wrong; the politically correct cat touched all the bases.
You see, sex is sin. A good woman is never, absolutely never naked and a good man would avert his eye should he accidentally happen upon one, for example, in the course of his employment as a window cleaner or plumber. That the lady may have just had part of her robe stolen is neither here nor there: she should always wear two. And a head covering at all times. That's very important: hair is incontrovertibly evil too, especially should it have any touch of curl.
Bodies are shameful entities and there have always been well-founded laws against any display of them; some such laws include stoning to death, burning at the stake beside some equally evil cat-loving old crone, and/or other similar sickos. It is incumbent upon the more progressive amongst us to raise standards and insist, shrilly, on purity of both mind, eye and, above all, camera. It's a well known fact that the making of images of absolutely anything that breathes is obviously sinful, and even those sneaky people working in so-called nature programmes must have a careful, supervisory eye kept upon them: sometimes, believe it or not, they show naked animals! What could one possibly tell one's daughter should she ever see a naked horse? It could ruin her lfe, fill her with a sense of perpetual disappointment for ever after. "My kingdom, my kingdom for a horse!" Now you see the gravity of this stuff, and will realise for just how long such filth has been promulgated!
Bring on the Taliban!