Two Arguments Over Genetic Property

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This photograph is a protest against the ongoing political debate over a woman's right to abortion. What's depicted is two male politicians, one a biblical Republican and the other a pro-choice Democrat, fighting over a woman's body, with the owner attempting to get out of the fight altogether. The photograph gives internal and external arguments.

Internal - the obvious argument over a woman's genetic property in the political world of 2012

External - the debate within the audience of the photograph, on whether or not the woman is naked under today's media standards (Does the lack of nipples and a vagina make her un-naked?)

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  • Lavinia Grama

    Lavinia Grama gave props (5 Apr 2012):

    Love the concept and the image!!!!!! good job!

  • Davide Simone

    Davide Simone (Deleted) gave props (7 Apr 2012):

    great work

  • Vin Weathermon

    Vin Weathermon gave props (7 Apr 2012):

    Excellent. Had to think on that...nice job!

  • ArMaS

    ArMaS said (10 Apr 2012):

    politics, politics, politics great concept.

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