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miming merriment

was she

worth knowing

the beautifully tragic

miming merriment faker

riding her own merry-go-round

silently suffering for her showground crowd

falling for factory farmed tricks… 15 more words


Living Dolls: The Return of Sexism - book review

Divided into two sections ‘The New Sexism’ and the ‘The New Determinism’, Natasha Walter’s Living Dolls is a highly readable  call to arms written at a crucial moment in women’s history. 391 more words




Author: Evangeline Denmark

Genre: Fantasy/ Alt History/ Steampunk/ Little of this Little of that

Grade: B

After standing up to the Chemists, the rulers of her small town, and learning some family secrets Grey is sent into a Curio Cabinet full of living porcelain dolls and “tocks” (clockwork like servants). 352 more words


Book Review: Living Dolls: The Return of Sexism - Natasha Walter, A Review

4/5 Stars on Goodreads

Not going to lie, I was a just a little bit mortified by the cover of this book whilst reading this on public transport. 853 more words


Series: Doll House (Dreams)

Title: Mermaid Life Model: Angie B. Location: Red Rock, Las Vegas, NV

Title: Nobody Wants to Play with Me Model: Taryn Mc Gaughey

Jimmy's Chick Photography

Review: Living Dolls, by Natasha Walter.


Empowerment, liberation, choice. Once the watchwords of feminism, these terms have now been co-opted by a society that sells women an airbrushed, highly sexualised and increasingly narrow vision of femininity. 511 more words