Evidently, they have used a traditional image of the goddess Lakshmi, strategically placed on various parts of the outfit, and this has caused a little resentment amongst a few (million) Hindus throughout the world.
In Lisa Blue's defence, I would point out that it may not have been deliberately placed in those positions, because - by it's very nature - the cloth that the images were printed on had already been positioned strategically, and there was simply not enough room to place the deity in any other areas.
On the subject of offending as many religious people as one possibly can, purely to gain publicity (which is definitely NOT my intention), I would remind you of Salman Rushdie and his 'Satanic Verses' (absolutely unreadable, so God knows how it offended anyone). After his fatwa had been decreed and he went into hiding with about 20 senior police officers somewhere in London, someone asked me if I had read his latest book entitled, "Fuck Off Buddha, You Fat Bastard".
I went to see the Ken Russell film, 'The Devils' when it first came out in the late 1960s, and was picketed by about 30 Christians - none of which had actually seen the picture - telling me not to go in and watch it. A couple of months later, I went to see the John Wayne film 'The Green Beret', and was met by about 30 political demonstrators, telling me not to go in and watch it.
Anyway, the whole point of this post is to stir up controversy and see if I can match 'Going Gently's' comment statistics by getting as many of the 75 people who pretend to follow this blog to leave a comment. I know I'm sad, but I have too much time on my hands (not enough animals to look after and not enough stone to cut at the moment). So it's Tits, Bums and a good dose of AOL-style up-stirring all the way.
Oh and by the way,
today is my 60th birthday!