‘You do act differently when you're in it’: lingerie and femininity

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Wood, Rachel;

This paper examines British women’s accounts of buying and wearing lingerie taken from in-depth interviews exploring experiences of shopping in sex shops. Lingerie forms one\ud part of a sexual consumer culture that is positioned within a neoliberal discourse of postfem... View more
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