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I wonder what Simone de Beauvoir would have thought. ’ before offering her own reading of the scandal: ‘Then, of course, the original photo came out, which started a righter [sic] contest: the real indecency was to use Photoshop to model her figure according to modern taste’ (2008). These two voices were in a very small minority and are the only critiques of Photoshop’s role in the affair that I have found in English. So why was there such a furore over the nudity while there was barely anything about the photoshopping?
2008). Martin observed the vital role that humour plays in identifying and negotiating boundaries among values and people ‘by playing with the incongruities of multiple meanings and conflicting viewpoints’ (2008: 17). Lewis pointed out that the use of satire in cases such as the Danish cartoons can ‘intensify (rather than vent) hostility and the perceived harm of victims’ (2008: 13). ’ This tendency towards provocation is heightened by the ‘property of the cartoon genre to combine humor with criticism’ (2009: 29) in such a way that may be invisible to the author but felt all the more keenly by the target.