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    1. Dogar

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      Artwork page for ‘Do Women Have To Be Naked To Get Into the Met. Museum?’, Guerrilla Girls, Formed in , the Guerrilla Girls are an anonymous activist group who highlight discrimination in the art world. Their targets include museums, dealers, curators and art critics. They fly-posted their first posters overnight in the fashionable New York art district of SoHo, and have also.
    2. Nejin

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      The Guerrilla Girls guard their anonymity. In the role of "feminist masked avengers," their stated mission is to use "facts, humor, and outrageous visuals [to expose] sexism, racism, and corruption in politics, art, film, and pop culture." Since the mids they have aimed their sassy wit at museums (including the National Gallery of Art.
    3. Zulkirg

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      Feb 27,  · 2/27/ 4 Women and Body Image The Role Our Culture Plays In Body Image Baby girls are described as “delicate,” “soft,” and “pretty” Females are encouraged to define themselves in terms of their bodies The female body is portrayed by the media as an object of desire, which reinforces the objectification of their appearance The media places heavy emphasis on women’s physical.
    4. Tenris

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      When asked to choose their ideal body shapes, 30% of women chose one that is 20% underweight while 44% chose an ideal body shape that is 10% underweight. Also: 81% of ten-year-old girls experience a fear of being fat - 42% of 1st through 3rd grade girls say they wish they were thinner - 61% of respondents felt ashamed of their hips.
    5. Yozshurg

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      Oct 21,  · Young Girls and Their Bodies, All for the Sake of Art from less time with Mr. Noé's work and more time with Amy Heckerling's "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," a film in which girls .
    6. Tojakasa

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      Apr 26,  · Teach girls to love their body, mind, and soul. Posted on April 26, by hjs of these high standards at such a young age is extremely detrimental to the satisfaction and confidence of the girls’ bodies over time, putting them at risk for developing an eating disorder. Surely parents need to consider these detrimental effects.
    7. Mikale

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      that girls’ bodies are and have been for a long time. Because their bodies are always at the forefront of how others perceive them, it is critical that we consider what this means to girls in more than a merely speculative way. Certainly, this kind of awareness about girls and their bodies can help us have conversations about situations in.
    8. Arashishakar

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      Great site and clearly a real labor of love, so 'thank you." I had to laugh at the woman from Missing You saying people thought she and Waite were married or dating. I remember when I was 15 at that time all my friends and I thought that about so many of the girls in the videos.
    9. Jugar

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      win their fight for independence: the harder they fight, the more desperately they yearn for a man to be strong enough - for their man to be strong enough to limit them and to keep them from venting their destructiveness. - Love is the victim's response to the rapist. - An American Feminist. - Any woman will marry any man that bothers her enough.

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