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13000 characters in length, with shorter pieces having a better
chance of running. Weekend does not return stories, though we
don't keep them, either. Authors will be notified by Nov. 2 that
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" Racquet Club
" Boston Trader
To call fashion exploitation ignores the fact
that women have the right to dress themselves
however they want.
To assume women dress they way they do simply to
conform to societal stereotypes of beauty ignores the fact that
women have independent minds and thus have the option to wear a
mini-skirt without feeling like they have sold out to set standards of
Women did not always have these options.
It wasn't until World War II, when women entered the war material
work force, that women were allowed to wear pants on an everyday basis
and not receive critical stares.
After the war, designer Christian Dior revived feminine clothes and
acknowledged that women's fashion needs and desires differ from men's.
He did this without distracting from women's war-time accomplishments.
Coco Chanel later integrated women into the male-dominated corporate
world, designing the feminine skirt suit that exerted its power and said
"I mean business."
While the feminist movement has not reached its goals - women still
are not treated as equals in the home or the workplace - women have
began to claim their road.
But the fact remains, when you go to the newsstand, women's fashion
magazines drastically outnumber those marketed toward men. And while
critics call this "male exploitation," condemning the packaged, unattainable
Simageof the cover models, it is indeed women, not men, who buy
Seventeen, Vogue, and even Cosmopolitan.
Argue as you may, but don't be a hypocrite. Yes, fashion deals with
the superficial, but the superficial sometimes has an important place, like
your appearance on a .job interview.
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