Too Racy for Print, But Kosher for Shul

The JTA reports:

The newspaper maintains that it felt the ad wasn’t appropriate for its readership. But a local rabbi told the local alternative weekly that the artwork was done by a member of her congregation and that posters featuring it are on display in area synagogues.

What is it anyway with Jewish groups getting ads on women’s issues rejected?

UPDATE: JTA’s Ami Eden has found the artsy vagina image that caused the kerfuffle.

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