Pecs and Penises': The Meaning of Girlie Culture

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1997 Number 5

Pecs and Penises': The Meaning of Girlie Culture
Angela McRobbie, pages -


From the Spice Girls to More! magazine, images of confident and sexually assertive young women proliferate across the media. Is this new feminism? Or simply new fun ?

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