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The Skirt Revolution. Elements for an Immediate History of "Skirt Day"

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Christine Bard
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Susannah Dale
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With the exception of kilts, the skirt symbolises a woman: scatterbrained, seductive or “feminine”, the wearer is well and truly a member of the weaker sex. The historian Christine Bard analyses the introduction of a “Skirt Day”, which would aim to make the skirt an acceptable garment once more. Could this be a new liberation, following the liberation of trousers for women?

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hal-03431070 , version 1 (16-11-2021)

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Christine Bard, Susannah Dale. The Skirt Revolution. Elements for an Immediate History of "Skirt Day". Books&ideas.net, 2014, Non spécifié. ⟨hal-03431070⟩
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