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Dressing like a boy: the construction of femininity in 13 and Uncomfortably Numb

In the last instalment of our feminist review series, we looked at Marta Chudolinska’s and Megan Speers’ graphic novels and considered how the artists used space to discuss issues of identity. This time around we find ourselves again delving into … Continue reading

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