It is this question that we ask ourselves every time we see censoring naked bodies on social networks. The first thing we remember is the similarity with many art samples; especially Roman and Greek sculptures, which were censored on their genitals with vine leaves by the Catholic Church. Isn't this practice outdated and obsolete in art?
That is why we are interested in doing an exercise of our own, putting PARDOhats in front of the debate on nudity.
Should these images be censored for showing a natural body and treated as an object of art, in the 21st century? What happened to the human being to require censorship? At what point did the man establish the boundaries?