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Introduction. Chapter 1. The 'grip of culture on the body': beauty practices as women's agency or women's subordination. Chapter 2. Harmful beauty practices and western culture. Chapter 3. Transfemininity: 'Dressed' men reveal the naked reality of male power. Chapter 4. Pornochic: prostitution constructs beauty. Chapter 5. Fashion and Misogyny. Chapter 6. Making up is hard to do. Chapter 7. Men's foot and shoe fetishism and the disabling of women. Chapter 8. Cutting Up Women: beauty practices as self-mutilation by proxy. Conclusion: A culture of resistance
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Feminine beauty (Aesthetics).
Body, Human -- Social aspects.
Women -- Social life and customs.
Women -- Health and hygiene.
Women in popular culture.