It really is quite amazing in this day and age that this "row" exists at all.
Some of the greatest art works the world has ever seen, by artists covered with honours, displayed in public the world over, contain nudity from time to time.
Since when did it become inapporopriate? Do we see parents rushing to cover their children's eyes when they walk through a street in Paris, Milan or New York?
Is Michelangelo to be surrounded by cardboard or maybe a woolly sock in all his splendour in Florence?
The one thing Mr Hutchins is right about is that Harrow is an absolute cultural desert.
But not only that, it also appears to be an intellectual desert as well.