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Yes, I think so too. So I mean, as you can see, in this exhibit the women are completely nameless, headless. It's only focusing on one part of their body, which is extremely objectifying and sexualised, and it's also -- it's very worrying because they're here clearly in a sort of vulnerable position and it's normalising the up-skirt photographs. It's normalising this sort of voyeurism and form of sexual harassment and bullying which we know are of great concern, particularly actually to young girls, young women in schools, who are often subjected to this form of sexual bullying and harassment, especially now with the widespread use of camera phones, and this is a front page photograph.

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