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Okay, based on all that peer pressure, I ordered up that controversial Lara St. John Bach album. Will report back to you guys on how good it is.
 
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Here a cover with a good-looking woman, without being overly sexualized, imo:

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Still - or because of it - it's got pretty strong sexual vibe to it. The cover. Can you sexualize by not sexualizing? Showing an ankle may be more sexual than pictures from a gynecologist's journal (a reference to Bukowski).
 

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Here a cover with a good-looking woman, without being overly sexualized, imo:

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Nice cover and I agree. I think that I will be buying that album now :p :D

Any of Natalie Dessay covers would go in that category too.

Thanks for ressurrecting this thread man!
 
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I'm surprised sexualization of women is apparently a big issue in the classical music world, since a somewhat higher percentage of it is gay than in the general population. Or maybe I'm factoring in opera too much in my calculation.
 

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Okay here is another "sexy" cover I feel. Very much in a Vogue portrait methodology.

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I never suspected it a DG cover until I saw the label.
 

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Okay guys perhaps if you want a lot of sexual references you can always dig this gem:

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Am I the only one here that thinks that the examples in this thread are fairly mild?

EDIT: Exception lara st johns one
I didn't even think that the Lara St. John cover was all that bad. For me it would need to be the full Seth Rogen to drop my jaw.
 
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