The post about the Vagina Monologues reminded me of a sort-of similar thing (in as much as it relates to viewing all women's bodies as beautiful and natural) that also exhibited here at New College. It's an on-going exhibit of photographs called The Century Project. Any of you heard of it? They're very well done photographs of women (who happen to be naked) of various ages and from various walks of life, alongside personal statements. It's very powerful in person (especially, I imagine, if you're not used to seeing naked people in a non-sexualized context), and when I walked through it, I saw a lot of people crying (myself included). If you ever have the opportunity, I strongly recommend you see it.
The project has a webpage at http://century.conknet.com/ (it's not "porn", it's just naked women, so I'd assume the under 18 set can visit it in legality. There's no front page warning them off, anyway.)
[This message has been edited by KittenGoddess (edited 01-11-2001).]
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