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Posted: 7/24/2013 12:54:44 PM EST
[Last Edit: 7/24/2013 12:56:13 PM EST by armoredsaint]
very successful and wealthy...did it from his work laptop too, stupid fuck...


UPPER ARLINGTON, Ohio - An Upper Arlington doctor has turned himself in on a federal child porn charge.

Federal charges were filed against Christopher E. Pelloski, 39, of Upper Arlington.

Pelloski is the Director of the Pediatric Radiation Oncology Program at The James Cancer Center at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.

Nationwide Children's Hospital is a referring hospital to the radiation oncology program at The James, and Pelloski had consulting privileges at Nationwide Children's Hospital.

Ohio State officials said that Pelloski resigned, effective Wednesday.

A judge ordered Pelloski to be on house arrest on Wednesday. He also was ordered to surrender his passport and not use the Internet.

Prosecutors said that because there was no evidence that he physically touched children, and he was allowed to be on house arrest.

The Franklin County Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force executed a search warrant at Pelloski's home on July 16 and found evidence that he had downloaded sexually explicit videos of children.

The criminal complaint stated that during a search of his computer, sheriff's deputies discovered more than 100 child porn images.

According to the affidavit, Pelloski admitted to using a laptop belonging to Ohio State University to download child porn.

He currently is charged with one count of receipt of child pornography, which is punishable by a sentence ranging from five to 20 years in prison.

Nationwide Children's Hospital officials issued the following statement:

"As a referring hospital to the Radiation Oncology Program at The Wexner Medical Center we were very saddened to learn of the investigation involving Dr. Christopher Pelloski. Continuity of care for our patients is top priority and all of those currently undergoing treatment have been assigned to other radiation oncology experts. Since this is a law enforcement matter and remains under investigation, we are not at liberty to discuss further."

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center issued the following statement:

"These types of allegations are wholly inconsistent with our institutional values, and we are deeply disturbed to learn of the allegations against Christopher Pelloski. Upon learning of the investigation, we immediately severed Dr. Pelloski's access to all medical center facilities, patient records, email and hospital computer networks. He has resigned from his position at the medical center, effective July 24, 2013. Continuity of care for our patients is important to us. We are contacting each of Dr. Pelloski's active patients and assigning other radiation oncology experts to care for them. Since this is a law enforcement matter under active investigation, we are not at liberty to comment further."

Pelloski is slated to appear in court later Wednesday.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:06:41 PM EST
Man, I just can't deal with this shit now that I have a small child.

People like this needs to be cleansed with FUCKING FIRE.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:09:43 PM EST
If he has enough money and a good lawyer, he'll get probation and a fine...

Anyone else would get FPMITAP.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:12:50 PM EST
Fuck him.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:13:36 PM EST
I am incapable of comprehending how a sharp enough mind to achieve his status, could be sick and stupid enough to indulge in pedophilia...
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:17:19 PM EST
39 years old, he'll end up killing himself I'd wager because he knows his life is over and he likely still owes a ton of coin on his medical schooling.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:20:45 PM EST
I've worked with a lot of Ped Onc's and I find this highly unusual. I'm going to want to see evidence and/or a confession.
this is a very odd story. Onc's are usually fairly grounded and reserved by nature.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:21:33 PM EST
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Originally Posted By fxntime:
39 years old, he'll end up killing himself I'd wager because he knows his life is over and he likely still owes a ton of coin on his medical schooling.
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Most pedos are sociopaths. They can justify it in their minds. That's how they were able to overcome any aversions or guilt they might have had because of their particular sexual trigger. So in reality, most of them don't possess the HONOR/DIGNITY to kill themselves after the bright lights are shined on their crimes. I would kill myself if I ever committed pedophilic acts. But I'm not a pedophile... so naturally I'd feel that way. In short, the sicker you are... the less sick you actually believe you are. Works that way with schizos and liberals too.
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Originally Posted By OKnativeson:
I've worked with a lot of Ped Onc's and I find this highly unusual. I'm going to want to see evidence and/or a confession.
this is a very odd story. Onc's are usually fairly grounded and reserved by nature.
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he confessed
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Fucking degenerates. Damn how I feel sorry for the LEOs that have to look for and find the evidence. Ugh. Fuck.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:31:31 PM EST
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Originally Posted By armoredsaint:
he confessed
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Originally Posted By armoredsaint:
Originally Posted By OKnativeson:
I've worked with a lot of Ped Onc's and I find this highly unusual. I'm going to want to see evidence and/or a confession.
this is a very odd story. Onc's are usually fairly grounded and reserved by nature.
he confessed


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According to the affidavit, Pelloski admitted to using a laptop belonging to Ohio State University to download child porn."

RIF.

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According to the affidavit, Pelloski admitted to using a laptop belonging to Ohio State University to download child porn."

RIF.

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Originally Posted By fsjdw2:
Originally Posted By armoredsaint:
Originally Posted By OKnativeson:
I've worked with a lot of Ped Onc's and I find this highly unusual. I'm going to want to see evidence and/or a confession.
this is a very odd story. Onc's are usually fairly grounded and reserved by nature.
he confessed


"
According to the affidavit, Pelloski admitted to using a laptop belonging to Ohio State University to download child porn."

RIF.


that part got me too, he's so intelligent, but so stupid at the same time.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:34:20 PM EST
He should just off himself. Hopefully he isn't married and doesn't have kids.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:36:19 PM EST
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Fucking degenerates. Damn how I feel sorry for the LEOs that have to look for and find the evidence. Ugh. Fuck.
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When I was on a FGJ, we had a child porn case. The FBI agent that testified before us had a large stack of printed images as evidence, and the AUSA told us that because they were evidence, any of us could go look through them. No takers.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:36:28 PM EST
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Originally Posted By armoredsaint:

that part got me too, he's so intelligent, but so stupid at the same time.
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Originally Posted By fsjdw2:
Originally Posted By armoredsaint:
Originally Posted By OKnativeson:
I've worked with a lot of Ped Onc's and I find this highly unusual. I'm going to want to see evidence and/or a confession.
this is a very odd story. Onc's are usually fairly grounded and reserved by nature.
he confessed


"
According to the affidavit, Pelloski admitted to using a laptop belonging to Ohio State University to download child porn."

RIF.


that part got me too, he's so intelligent, but so stupid at the same time.


In this case, I'm fucking glad he was stupid.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:38:03 PM EST
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Federal charges? Don't count on it.

I'm amazed that people use work computers to look at porn, to say nothing of kiddie porn. Seriously, you have to be pretty smart to be a pediatric oncologist, and that's really stupid.

ETA: Unless it's like 17 y/o girls or such which is still legally child porn.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:43:25 PM EST
Hopefully, its just images on a laptop.

Its a bad deal, but it could always be worse, especially since his profession puts him in direct contact with very ill children.

I guess he can always run for mayor of New York.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 1:47:48 PM EST
Hope he kills himself. Sick fuck
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I work with some of these guys. They have to get psych evals every 6 months. I've been involved in a few kiddie pron investigations where I worked on a seized PC. I didn't find much in those particular cases and was very glad for that. Pic of a shirtless 12 year old girl was a bad as I had to witness (thank God).
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Originally Posted By OKnativeson:
I've worked with a lot of Ped Onc's and I find this highly unusual. I'm going to want to see evidence and/or a confession.
this is a very odd story. Onc's are usually fairly grounded and reserved by nature.
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Not unusual at all. Perverts come in all shapes, forms,sucessfull,fucked up, poor, rich,etc. After everything that we hear about going on in the world today, absolutely nothing surprises me. Did you find it unusual that trusted clergy were abusing children, unusual that the parent killed the child,etc. It doesn't matter how distinguished or trusted someone appears to be, when things like this happen it shouldn't be a surprise.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 4:12:35 PM EST
married with 5 year old twins, a boy and a girl

Link Posted: 7/24/2013 4:17:23 PM EST
A doc my wife used to work with just got sentenced to 22 years in Club Fed for soliciting a minor online.

Dumbass.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 4:17:50 PM EST
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That is so horribly unpleasant that it makes your mind boggle.

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And your stomach churn.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 4:21:43 PM EST
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Guess I'm really naive.
But where does one go to find such? Google?

Hell, I don't even have an idea on how to go get marijuana if I so got the bent to try the stuff out.
Seriously, how does one go about finding MJ to buy? Not like I can go to WalMart and on aisle 4B, pick up an ounce of prerolled MJ.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 4:30:43 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Recusance:
If he has enough money and a good lawyer, he'll get probation and a fine...

Anyone else would get FPMITAP.
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Not with the feds.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 4:35:15 PM EST


He can't help it. Society just wants to persecute what they don't understand. With time, his genetic predisposition will be understood and the diversity embraced.

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he confessed
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Originally Posted By armoredsaint:
Originally Posted By OKnativeson:
I've worked with a lot of Ped Onc's and I find this highly unusual. I'm going to want to see evidence and/or a confession.
this is a very odd story. Onc's are usually fairly grounded and reserved by nature.
he confessed



damn...
hang him...
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 4:36:20 PM EST
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Not with the feds.
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Originally Posted By Recusance:
If he has enough money and a good lawyer, he'll get probation and a fine...

Anyone else would get FPMITAP.

Not with the feds.


Yup. If you get prosecuted by the Feds, you are probably going to lose, and if you do, you are in for a long and miserable existence at club fed as a pederass.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 4:36:27 PM EST
Generally speaking the FBI isn't on somebody's ass over pictures of 17 year olds.

The story doesn't mention the specifics of the case (not surprising) but it could have gone a couple of different ways:

1. Dude uses work computer and network to go looking for CP on various websites or sharing networks like limewire, emule, etc. Tech person sees it, notes who the guy is, calls the cops who call the feds or a taskforce.
2. Dude is hunting for CP through personal communication like IRC chat rooms, forums, etc, and ends up coming across a FeeBee posing as a fellow trader.

I'm going to guess it's more number 2 than number 1 based on the few facts in the writeup.
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I have no sympathies for child predators at all, and this guy is in contact with sick and very vulnerable children. I'm glad FBI stepped in, and he did confess to the downloading.

Having said that, isn't "over 100" child porn images a little on the low side for most of these sickos? Maybe the investigation will find more. I hope not, I hope he was just starting out with his new hobby and got caught real fast.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 4:42:45 PM EST
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I recall a case a couple of years ago of a college prof. ( I think?) that was looking at inappropriate images on a lap top while on a plane.
Another passenger noticed what he was looking at and he got busted. He just could not believe he was doing anything wrong.
The computer is like a loaded gun with no safety.
Not to defend CP in anyway but just a few wrong keystrokes can wreck someones life forever.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 4:51:17 PM EST
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Judging by the FBI's website on the subject, they go after people who are distributers or serious collectors of CP.
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Originally Posted By John_Wayne777:
Originally Posted By ceverett:
Originally Posted By Recusance:
If he has enough money and a good lawyer, he'll get probation and a fine...

Anyone else would get FPMITAP.

Federal charges? Don't count on it.

I'm amazed that people use work computers to look at porn, to say nothing of kiddie porn. Seriously, you have to be pretty smart to be a pediatric oncologist, and that's really stupid.

ETA: Unless it's like 17 y/o girls or such which is still legally child porn.


Generally speaking the FBI isn't on somebody's ass over pictures of 17 year olds.

The story doesn't mention the specifics of the case (not surprising) but it could have gone a couple of different ways:

1. Dude uses work computer and network to go looking for CP on various websites or sharing networks like limewire, emule, etc. Tech person sees it, notes who the guy is, calls the cops who call the feds or a taskforce.
2. Dude is hunting for CP through personal communication like IRC chat rooms, forums, etc, and ends up coming across a FeeBee posing as a fellow trader.

I'm going to guess it's more number 2 than number 1 based on the few facts in the writeup.

Judging by the FBI's website on the subject, they go after people who are distributers or serious collectors of CP.

the FBI go after the big fish, i wonder if they searched his home too? he lives in a really nice upper middle/rich suburb also.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 5:15:07 PM EST
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the FBI go after the big fish, i wonder if they searched his home too? he lives in a really nice upper middle/rich suburb also.
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Originally Posted By joker581:
Originally Posted By John_Wayne777:
Originally Posted By ceverett:
Originally Posted By Recusance:
If he has enough money and a good lawyer, he'll get probation and a fine...

Anyone else would get FPMITAP.

Federal charges? Don't count on it.

I'm amazed that people use work computers to look at porn, to say nothing of kiddie porn. Seriously, you have to be pretty smart to be a pediatric oncologist, and that's really stupid.

ETA: Unless it's like 17 y/o girls or such which is still legally child porn.


Generally speaking the FBI isn't on somebody's ass over pictures of 17 year olds.

The story doesn't mention the specifics of the case (not surprising) but it could have gone a couple of different ways:

1. Dude uses work computer and network to go looking for CP on various websites or sharing networks like limewire, emule, etc. Tech person sees it, notes who the guy is, calls the cops who call the feds or a taskforce.
2. Dude is hunting for CP through personal communication like IRC chat rooms, forums, etc, and ends up coming across a FeeBee posing as a fellow trader.

I'm going to guess it's more number 2 than number 1 based on the few facts in the writeup.

Judging by the FBI's website on the subject, they go after people who are distributers or serious collectors of CP.

the FBI go after the big fish, i wonder if they searched his home too? he lives in a really nice upper middle/rich suburb also.



I'm going to go out on a limb and say that there's some chance that he's unjustly charged,
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I never understood pedophilia. I mean, how can one get turned on by some pre-pubescent girl when you have women like this walking around:







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I'm not so sure that it works that way. AFAIK, child porn on the internet isn't just sitting out there next to the regular porn where any poor sap can accidently stumble upon it. You have to seek it out and I'd imagine that you probably have to do more than just view it for someone to make a criminal case against you. Note that those arrested in these cases typically have images and videos on their computers when they are seized. That doesn't happen by accident.
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Originally Posted By Calash:
I recall a case a couple of years ago of a college prof. ( I think?) that was looking at inappropriate images on a lap top while on a plane.
Another passenger noticed what he was looking at and he got busted. He just could not believe he was doing anything wrong.
The computer is like a loaded gun with no safety.
Not to defend CP in anyway but just a few wrong keystrokes can wreck someones life forever.


I'm not so sure that it works that way. AFAIK, child porn on the internet isn't just sitting out there next to the regular porn where any poor sap can accidently stumble upon it. You have to seek it out and I'd imagine that you probably have to do more than just view it for someone to make a criminal case against you. Note that those arrested in these cases typically have images and videos on their computers when they are seized. That doesn't happen by accident.

Actually, it can be, if you find yourself on websites from other countries where their attitudes towards it are different. I've followed links for adult images and found images I had no desire to see and blocked those sites (in some cases, they were in banner ads to other sites). They MAY have been legal, but they were too close for me to be sure and I sure as Hell wasn't going to sit there and scrutinize them to be sure...
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That actually happened here once a few years back. It was just one or two images and the thread got trashed pretty quickly.

Nobody got their door kicked in or their dogs shot.


Link Posted: 7/24/2013 8:24:46 PM EST
I'll just leave this here, via Instapundit:


http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-9899151-38.html


FBI posts fake hyperlinks to snare child porn suspects

Agency disseminates hyperlinks purporting to be illegal videos of minors having sex,
and then raids the homes of anyone willing to click on them.

The FBI has recently adopted a novel investigative technique: posting hyperlinks that purport to be illegal videos of minors having sex, and then raiding the homes of anyone willing to click on them.

Undercover FBI agents used this hyperlink-enticement technique, which directed Internet users to a clandestine government server, to stage armed raids of homes in Pennsylvania, New York, and Nevada last year. The supposed video files actually were gibberish and contained no illegal images.

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More at the cold link.
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 8:38:04 PM EST
Onc's are as crazy as anyone...if you are sick you are sick..

On one of those to Catch a Pedo specials, one of the guys that wrote a real graphic chat w/ a young boy was head of Oncological Surg at Scripps Hospital in San Diego.

I remember him calling his wife and crying...
"honey I think I am in trouble"....oh ya think. He got 5 yrs in the state pen.

That guys Med Lic is gone that is sure as shit w/ a felony now.
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I'll just leave this here, via Instapundit:


http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-9899151-38.html


FBI posts fake hyperlinks to snare child porn suspects

Agency disseminates hyperlinks purporting to be illegal videos of minors having sex,
and then raids the homes of anyone willing to click on them.

The FBI has recently adopted a novel investigative technique: posting hyperlinks that purport to be illegal videos of minors having sex, and then raiding the homes of anyone willing to click on them.

Undercover FBI agents used this hyperlink-enticement technique, which directed Internet users to a clandestine government server, to stage armed raids of homes in Pennsylvania, New York, and Nevada last year. The supposed video files actually were gibberish and contained no illegal images.

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Dayum... I hate pedos as much as anyone... but that is just scary. A guy's dopey kid could be clicking on all kinds of dumbass links and he could find his house being ransacked by the FBI for nothing he did. Again, I want purveyors of child porn to be busted... but there's got to be a line somewhere before it gets to that point. This is what we get when we live in a nanny state. It's like living with a grizzly bear or tiger taken from the wild. Better sleep with one eye open...
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Yup... I'm ALL about the big boobies.

Was talking about this with an LE friend/coworker of mine (Captain on the PD) a few years ago and he had been to some sexual offender training and said that people's sexual triggers are usually set when very young and they are who they are (sick or not). I'm VERY thankful that my sexual trigger is something as pedestrian as teh monster juggs (and has been since I was a kid)...
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One has to ask the same question about queers. Mental disorders are hard to understand and some can't be fixed.
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I'm sure that your post will be met with resistance by a few, but I totally agree. Sometimes, when I'm feeling extra "inspired" by the beautiful curves of some hot chick, I look at the dood she's with and wonder how another dood could possible prefer to look at him instead of her. Does... not... compute...

Having said that, aside from some really confused souls, I'm convinced that most homosexuals are either born that way or at least, their sexual trigger is set VERY young. Because for a guy to like other guys in that way... that fork in the road must've come WAY early. That road is just so foreign to me that I can't fathom it. Same with children or animals.
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I am incapable of comprehending how a sharp enough mind to achieve his status, could be sick and stupid enough to indulge in pedophilia...
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I am incapable of comprehending how a sharp enough mind to achieve his status, could be sick and stupid enough to indulge in pedophilia...


IF it was that.

I am wondering if "we" are looking at something else, such as someone saw medical pictures, assumed or jumped to worst, called the dogs on him and now he's being crucified by the press and the public.

After all, we know what an over eager press can do to a person. We know how the public can respond if the topic stirs their blood enough. One can always find a prosecutor who wants to make a name for themselves. We've seen how people scream "WITCH" just for naked pictures of children.

And if anyone were to properly have exposed pictures of such, this could be one of those occupations.

I don't know either way..........................but I have learned to take what the press says with a very big grain of salt.

Originally Posted By Eagle1_Fox2:
I never understood pedophilia. I mean, how can one get turned on by some pre-pubescent girl when you have women like this walking around:
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Do you want to go into the theories?

Briefly: Control, Idolization, Capture of Innocence.

Control in that a younger person doesn't have the maturity to asset their own will.

Idolization in that a younger person can adore the older person, can be taught to adore the older person.

Capture of Innocence is an interesting one......because many men appear to do it naturally. The child is innocent, unknowing about the ways of the world, and that is a very powerful thing to possess or steal. Such in a way is what drives Penthouse magazine photography where the viewer is invading on her world, stealing (by seeing) the inner domain she feels as precious. And by the by, this psychology of photography is also what propels "Olympia" (nude painting); it's a technique that's been known since at least the 19th century.

Further, there are similar lines of thought, about the man having the women around him as children, in professional ballet, perhaps gymnastics.
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