Talk:Noritoshi Hirakawa

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Like an essay[edit]

We read:

Hirakawa's photographs are heavily sexually charged. He often portrays attractive young women performing some sort of titillating sexual act. By staging his leading ladies as voluntary collaborating with this act, he questions the prejudice and hostility towards male heterosexuality today. (etc etc)

Yeah, maybe. Or maybe he does it because this is what sells and gets published (cf Araki). I don't know. Why should I believe what's written in this article? What authorities is it appealing to? -- Hoary 14:17, 17 June 2007 (UTC)