It’s A-R-T, I tell ya!!! Let’s see HOW, the double-standards, worked, shall we??? Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
The D.A.’s Office: it’s Like the Female Stars, Getting Their Clothes Off for the Photo Albums, Doesn’t Count as Lewd Behaviors, Those Who are Against This Find it Hard to Accept, that it May Cause a Wayward Trend
The twenty-eight-year-old woman, Tsuei in June, asked her boyfriend Lin who’s a police officer, to go to the Sanming One Substation of Kaohsiung Police on Harping Street to have her photos taken nude, then, used the blurring over her “parts”, with the labels, “flashing at the Kaohsiung Police Station”, “Showing at Kaohsiung”, caused great debates, she was taken into custody by the police. The D.A.’s offices in Kaohsiung believed that Tseui’s nude shots were like female singers or movie stars posing in little to no clothing on, that it doesn’t count as “lewd”, and the two only wanted more hits, that was why they’d shot the photos, that, it would not be persuasive, slapping the charges of public humiliating a government agency either, the D.A. dropped the indictments.
This caused great debates in the legal realm, there were the district attorneys who believed differently, believed, that the substation is a public location, that there are members of the public going in and out, that the act of posing nude there constitutes as public lewdness and sexually illicit behaviors in public; in IKEA in Taichung last July, there were the nude models, the cameraman, the female model was indicted by the Taichung D.A.’s Office on lewd behaviors in public, that this case was not that much different compared to the current.
In the Twitter profile, Tsuei introduced herself as the “discipline queen”, on the evening of June 26th this year, the patrol office, Lin went southbound, met Tsuei, checked into a hotel together, at around two in the morn the following, Tsuei put on a windcoat, and, walked to the substation on Harping Street, unzipped the coat, for Lin to take her shots nude.
As they returned back to hotel, they’d, used black stars, to cover up the parts, uploaded the photo to Twitter; the police found the police vehicles, and substation in the shot, called the two in, Tsuei claimed that she was wasted when she came up with the idea to do it, Lin told that he didn’t think Tsuei would upload the photos online, they were both charged with public humiliation of a public office, public indecency charges.
The district attorney of the case believed, that Tsuei stood to the side of the substation, that if a woman stands, right in front of the substation, then, the charges of public indecency was given, it would not be a good thing, for a society that’s, seeking out equality for all. The D.A. then used the example of an actress posing nude for publicity stunt, “both cases showed skins, but not the private parts”, we don’t think, that the volume of nude photos of the actress as lewd, then, the photos that Tsuei uploaded online shouldn’t be interpreted as the same either. And because there is NO victim in this case, the case is dropped.
The district attorney who has a different opinion stated, that the indictment papers are too generalized, that a lot of the locations where the female stars posed nude at were private locations, not on the streets, or right in front of the police stations, and they’re still charged with public indecency; currently, the society does NOT agree with such behaviors, dropping the indictment may be encouraging to those who wanted to get their photos taken nude, it would cause disgust in the society.
The police department staid, the district attorney’s office have their reasons to drop the indictment charges, but the police will still catch these cases and send them in, if there are nude models showing up in front of the police stations in the futures, the individuals will still get arrested.
Yeah, this, is how wayward the values are these days, there are, the double standards of what constitutes as lewd behaviors, if you flash your “stuff” in front of the general public, in an artsy way, it’s art, but if you flash someone then it’s, against the law. This is double-standards, and it gives way for those flashers to find the excuses, to flash themselves, and, we don’t want to see anybody naked here, do we now? Yeah uh, no we do NOT!
So, put your clothes back on already!!!