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Autonomy and autoeroticism
Abigail Susik

on her womanhood, morality, and well-being became increasingly important in these dialogues. 51 This climate, in turn, impacted the typically moralising medical discourse related to the role of women workers in the garment industry that quickly followed on the heels of the mass production and marketing of sewing machines. Beyond romantic associations for the seamstress in French popular culture, the autoerotic scene constructed in Domínguez’s Machine à coudre électro-sexuelle references an even more

in Surrealist sabotage and the war on work