Dolled Up

In her review of Natasha Walter’s new book on British sexism, Living Dolls, Katy Evans takes us from early 20th century Elizabeth Dalloway – feeling liberated in fawn-colored coat on a London bus – to the hypersexuality of modern Britain and “The New Sexism” of surgically enhanced glamour models, pole-dancing, and a Babes-on-the-Bed competition.

 More on Living Dolls can be found at The Guardian.

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