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Girl Power: The Nineties Revolution in Music

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Book AuthorMarisa Meltzer

The Fabulous Stains or Spice World? Britney or Bikini Kill? No matter if your poison is punk or pop, How Sassy Changed My Life co-author Marisa Meltzer attempts to link the two seemingly opposite cultures under one genre in her new book, Girl Power.

Between The Sheets: The Literary Liaisons of Nine 20th-Century Women Writers

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Book AuthorLesley McDowell

Between the Sheets explores the messy intersection of art, lust, fame, and power.

The Tattooed Lady: A History

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Book AuthorAmelia Klem

Today, tattoos on women are about as rare as birthmarks, but once upon a time, being inky was considered kinky. In this artful book, Osterud explores how, beginning in 1882, a few brave ladies bared (almost) all for their tattooists and then showed off their body art in sideshows.

Flow: The Cultural Story Of Menstruation

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Book AuthorElissa SteinSusan Kim

A witty first-person narrative in which Stein and Kim wonder if anything in all of human history has been so reviled, feared and catered to as menstruation

Mad, Bad, And Sad: A History Of Women And The Mind Doctors

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Book AuthorLisa Appignanesi

Using letters, diaries and articles of sources ranging from Betty Friedan to Marilyn Monroe, award-winning novelist Appignanesi reveals how women's ability to live creative lives has been controlled by culture, and how their unsuccessful attempts have lead to mental illness, another evolving cultural concept.

 
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