We've had some debate here covering some slightly related issues. "Slightly" because technically, pose doesn't play a role in the "rack" photo except in its absence—the concept of dismemberment is of greater relevance as far as analysis goes. But discussion in that diary did stray into general explorations of what it means to photograph women (and to view photographs of women and to be photographed as a woman) in different ways in the context of our society, and the essay is related to that broader discussion, I think.
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