Recently did this illustration for the NYTimes travel section. The article was on the new x ray machines being installed in airports, the kind that can see your business and everything else. The article had two main points, first being the privacy issue as you can clearly see physical features, secondly there is a question of how much radiation we would be exposed to. My choice would have been the image of the woman with hands over crotch, knowing from past experience that this was a long shot. I love working for the Times but have on more than one ocassion rubbed up against their seemingly safe and prudish approach to the subject of sex. Way back when Steve Guarnaccia was a.d. at the op ed page I did a piece on objectifying women, recent shows like the Swan where they make all women basically look the same, like dolls. I did a naked barbie doll with bar code, something like that. Well, I added nipples to the doll to kind of push the sex issue. They had me remove the nipples and put the doll in a running suit. WTF? article is about sex not running.