His giddy, grabby, ever-peeping Toms might be one's own avid, unshielded eyes peering through Duchamp's Etant Donnes, surveying, awestruck, the forbidden: a torch, a landscape, a waterfall, a pudendum
, a window of wonder.
1659), one of the authorities of the Shaf'i School of law, wrote the following gloss on al-Baydawi's exegesis: "The whole body of a woman is pudendum
of the pudendum
of an individual who appears unclothed in public,
Fanny Hill" may have been slang for the female pudendum
The exposed woman in the foreground seems restrained by the man behind; his phallus is openly shown and her pudendum
is obscured by shadow and pubic hair.
My guess is that Hillary Clinton never danced on a tabletop showing her Brazilian to the crowd, but she got branded as a Bad Girl nevertheless because she did the political equivalent of flashing her pudendum
to the audience: She decided to play the boys' game like they did, instead of like a girl.