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Hilarious images should not have caused offence

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LETTERS

I read the over-the-top, killjoy complaints about so-called tasteless graphic images/ pornography made by Alex EH Roberts and Yvonne Coldwell.

I found the illustrations amusing and showed them to friends who found them hilarious. We assumed the concept to originate from a man - both sexes had in theory been catered for but real women wouldn't be interested in such an unsophisticated and limited 'toy'.

As for Mr Roberts and Ms Coldwell, it is surprising they were offended by such unconvincing illustrations of the human body. Pornography? I think not! Besides, the AJ has published much more offensive images in the past - the nakedwoman-and-a-carpet advertisement springs to mind.

Hannah Grant (woman of the 21st century, late 30s), Bath

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