This is such a tough subject. It's like the tallest mountain with a point at the top and straight down both sides. For those of you who feel strongly on the it's ok side where do you draw the line? Ask yourself what that line is, full frontal, legs spread, touching, the list goes on and on, and if you say there should be no limits at all, well I would suspect you have no children and don't understand as a parent what it's like to bring up a child in todays world, trying to teach some kind of moral responsibility, without to much censorship so you child doesn't grow up to sheltered. There's nothing like watching tv with your child and have to explain what a 4 hour erection is and why anyone would want one. viagre has done wonders for the television experience. These points can easily be pointed in the other direction of too much sensorship is horrible also. I for one am happy that I am not the one who has to decide these rules for society, although somebody has to, and yes whatever the answer someone is not going to like it. I have to hope that any rationale adult knows what is right or wrong in this situation, I like a lot of Henson,s work and there are a couple of his works I think are a little over the line.
Poor Leonardo posted a response earlier and he was called illogical, flamed for what I thought was not a post that condemned anyone but he was condemned for his thoughts. Fear goes both ways, fear of being labled a social devient or a rightous sob who thinks they're better than everyone else. The times are a changing and unfortunately a few have caused the rest of us to suffer in both sides of this subject. When you can't let your child play in the front yard unattended because some idiot tried to abduct a child two streets over and they're still looking for the guy, what's a parent to do. Censorship is not the answer and anything goes is not either. How about we all try for common sense. Although I truly believe this statement,"common sense is becoming more uncommon everyday". . Have a great art day, Steve