Officials at Alaska's Wasilla High School spent $100,000 on a piece of sculpture for the front of the school. But just three days after unveiling the piece, they covered it with tarps and it has remained covered since. Why? Some students and their parents said the sculpture, two shields surrounded by feathers, looks like female genitalia. Let's hope they never see the Washington Monument.
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