Stripping, Sex & Popular Culture

I was looking for something else entirely in my university's library when I stumbled across Stripping, Sex, and Popular Culture by Catherine M Roach. Not only is the author an Associate Professor in Religious Studies and Women's Studies, but the book was inspired by her friend's decision to drop out of her PhD and work... Continue Reading →

Burlesque, stripping and feminism

A couple of years ago, I wrote a piece for BitchBuzz pondering whether burlesque was just about glittertits and sex. At the time, I was trying to decide whether or not to continue with it as a hobby, partly because of what other people perceived burlesque to be. I was surprised to discover that some... Continue Reading →

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