On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 12:25 PM, Sarah Stierch <sarah.stierch(a)gmail.com>wrote;wrote:
On 4/29/13 12:20 PM, Sarah wrote:
I was reverted when I tried to remove them all, so I started an RfC on
the talk page, and alerted WikiProject Feminism. In turn, the editor who
added them (who uses a woman's name) alerted WikiProject Pornography, so it
seems likely that some at least will be kept; the article is now down to
two images of porn stars and starts with Christine Lagarde,
director-general of the International Monetary Fund. The editor who first
added the images wrote on talk that, if we really want the images to be
representative of women in general, "we should be looking for images of
nurses, waitresses, school teachers, barmaids and prostitutes."
Well, we also know that PETA is a big fan of pushing celebrity - let alone
naked celebrities (or "hot" models) for the sake of vegetarianism and
animal rights. I'm sure that doesn't help the situation!
Yes, indeed, that was mentioned and cited as a reason (or excuse).