Thursday, December 22, 2011

MMW: What Women Wear: Women’s Clothing, Media, and Egypt’s Revolutionary Elections

Women in the Egyptian revolution have been a great source of international attention and appreciation. It is when women participate that you truly can call it a “people’s” revolution.

When the news started to come out about the elections for the Revolutionary Parliament, everyone looked closely for women’s participation; women candidates, women voters, women section in each party program, and women finally winning seats in the parliament. With the general fear from the dominance of the so-called Islamic parties affecting women rights in Egypt in general, and political participation specifically, and with the minimal success of women in the first stage, worries started to get bigger.



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Corset Dresses give us the impression of tightly squeezed waists and shoulder straps which affect the breath out of females. It had been most likely true of corset dresses back during Victorian times, Victorian ladies put on these for one of two motives - health related purposes or to seem to have the desired hourglass shape of the times. This highlighted the bust by just pushing the breasts upwards, helped the wearer to have more erect posture, and it widened the hips as well. The contraption was synched to the point of reducing oxygen so as to reach the expected body size as well as form.
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