Rather, this contest seems to presume Attorney General John Ashcroft was correct when he hid the work of master craftsmen because it does not sit with his desire to impose morality on others. (Hmm, seems a bit like a flame. If you've got a better way to say this, please let me know. -jsd)
If you've ever walked into a musuem with your child, you were certainly shocked at the flagrant nudity being touted around for pure shock value. Whatever happened to morals? Whatever happened to kissship? How can you appreciate art when it's so...nude? In this contest your task is to make nude art work-safe in creative ways. Remember, cleanlines is next to godliness.
Why do conservatives seem to be claiming a moral highground on hiding nature, art, God's handiwork, etc. rather than taking the highground of teaching children how to appreciate this?