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[Un]masking the Body
Transcript of [Un]masking the Body
[Un]masking the Body
-Khimen K. Cooper
Women are "cast in the role of the body" while men on the other hand play the "pure idea," or the actual individual (Bordo 5).
as not 'me'
"Blur the boundary between beauty and beast..."
"On a woman's
body any tattoo
excess. When a
is a sex object, a
body is a lascivious
sex object; when
a woman's body is
nature, a tattooed
body is primitive; when a woman's body is spectacle,
a tattooed woman's body is a show."
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