Wed Jul 26 19:50:26 CEST 2006
> Tino Schwarze napisa?(a):
>> On Wed, Jul 26, 2006 at 09:27:23AM -0700, avox wrote:
>>> Gosh, that's just a few naked people in stone! It's not even
>>> close-ups of the reliefs with the orgies, so where's the problem? ;-)
>>> A little more tolerance to other cultures wouldn't hurt some priests
>>> or schools IMO....
>>> Would we start to use pictures of women only if they are wearing the
>>> tchador or burka next??
>> Hey, let's start a religion where it's considered bad offense to wear
>> clothes (in fact, you would hide God's own creation!).
>> I'd say: Don't let (y)our freedom get crippled by zealots (and there are
>> lot of them and a lot of different kinds).
> This is -- regardless my personal beliefs or opinions - exactly the kind
> of discussion which doesn't belong on this list. Please everybody
> restrain from continuining this thread.
I don't think Tino was calling anyone on the list a zealot but had in mind
some of the ultra-fundamentalist Christian groups in the U.S.
I'm not against creating another tutorial which can be presented by *any*
teacher in school without getting red ears, but just changing freedomyug
would smell too much like censorship to me. As it is, it is very inspiring
and just the right start for a professional designer, IMHO. I agree that for
students it might be better to have a more neutral content which doesn't
draw attention from the layout task at hand.
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