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   Monstrous Domesticity Preview Go
A feminist perspective on the history of "women's work".
   Nudes and Prudes Preview Go
Bertram Brooker's historical 1931 essay about how art galleries should stop being prudes when it comes to nudes. The essay is also relevant today with regards to television, the internet and censorship in general.
   The Corset: Is It Feminist? Preview Go
Well... Yes and no...


   The Search for Eden Preview Go
Where is Eden? The ancient hebrew word for Eden is pronounced Aten or Atlen, which is similar to the ancient Egyptian word for Atlantis. Should we actually be looking for the mythical Atlantis?
   The Autobiography of Victoria Van Dyke Preview Go
Controversial lesbian artist known for her "castration poetry", her retro-erotica collages and her cannibalistic photography. Victoria Van Dyke was raped by two men when she was only 13 years old. She now uses her past as a tool to warn others about pedophiles/rapists. 1 out of every 3 women are sexually abused.
   The Female Image Ideal: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Preview Go
Picture the ideal female figure: Curvy or thin? Physically fit or waif-like? Twiggy, Jennifer Aniston or Marilyn Monroe? The answers depends on what decade you're living in.
   Looking Back at 2001, Before 9-11 Preview Go
Comparing 2001 Bush to the 2006 Bush. Includes an old joke from March 2001, showing what the political climate was like before 9/11.
   Toplessness: A Right All Women Deserve Preview Go
"Celebrities go practically topless at the Oscars... so why can't we?"
   The Wonderful And Frightening World Of Antoine Wiertz Preview Go
Antoine Joseph Wiertz (1806-1865) certainly divides opinion. The art dictionaries and encylopedias that bother to mention him in their brief entries variously describe his work as banal, melodramatic, morbid, mystical, ambitious.
   2005: The Hottest Year in Recorded History Preview Go
We are only half way through 2005, and yet it has already broken records dating back to the Great Depression when record heat caused the "Dustbowl Effect" that turned large amounts of the United States into desert (which took decades to heal).






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