Hen's night bunny feminism
Ellis, K. (2010) Hen's night bunny feminism. ON LINE opinion: Australia's e-journal of social and political debate, 15 February 2010 .
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Apparently post feminist women are reinventing hen’s nights in order to (re)claim a male activity while men are becoming more “classy” with spa visits and golfing days. Yet for Hannah Pool, the hen’s night is a traumatic, humiliating experience where feminists are expected to disregard their political beliefs. Pool contends that the first step in reducing the “very specific tyranny” of a hen’s night is to make them bunny ear free.
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