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Mad Men, Mad Women  by Joy Parks
Mad Men, Mad Women

Mad Men, Mad Women

Discussions about women and advertising have been reignited thanks to the level of unapologetic sexism portrayed in the award-winning drama Mad Men, a television series about a 1960s adver

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Hormone Therapy: A Prescription for Replacement  by Penni Mitchell
Hormone Therapy: A Prescription for Replacement

Hormone Therapy: A Prescription for Replacement

In 1966,an American doctor named Robert Wilson wrote Feminine Forever, a book that promoted estrogen replacement as a miracle cure for women 's aging woes. "Breasts and genital organs will not shrivel," the good doctor promised. "Such women will be much more pleasant to live with and will not become dull and unattractive."

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(Archives 2001) Are Periods Passé?  by Kathleen O'Grady
(Archives 2001) Are Periods Passé?

(Archives 2001) Are Periods Passé?

The human body is rarely viewed holistically anymore. In an increasingly technocratic world, our bodies are portrayed as objects made up of transferable bits and pieces.

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