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Women, body hair and feminism
Karín Lesnik-Oberstein

assertion.” ’ 15 Attendant on this issue is a challenge too to some (mostly popular) feminism to consider more carefully its formulations (referred to earlier) around ‘fun’ feminism and ‘victimfeminism. The whole idea of make-up and clothing, or other ritual decorative practices, as constituting in any simple way ‘celebrations’ of ‘femininity’, serves to close down important questions around the coercive practices of social ridicule and social exclusion for those not willing or able to participate in this ‘celebration’, never mind around the

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