During Mozambique Fashion Week, Associacao da Luta Contra o Cancro (ALCC) created this topless poster to show the importance of self-examinations to prevent breast cancer:
A topless woman stood behind a poster with two breast-high peep-holes with a message "Touch To Know if it's Real." When women passing by touched to breast, a flyer was distributed saying "Breast Cancer is Also Real. Do the Self-Examination and Protect Yourself."
Here is a billboard for progressive Angelican church St. Matthew in the City in Auckland, New Zealand:
St. Matthew in the City has had some controversial billboards in the past, including the "Poor Joseph. God was a Hard Act to Follow" billboard:
The "Mary Christmas" billboard is an interesting take on the story of Immaculate Conception. Although it may not be the portrayal we are familar with, it does present a point-of-view that is more alligned with most people's every day existences. Vicar Glynn Cardy defends the billboard saying it "is about a real pregnancy, a real mother and a real child. Mary was young, unmarried and poor. She was certainly not the first woman in this situation, or the last."