(Illustration: Anita Kunz. July 30, 2007. Cover. Newyorker.com. Illustration title - 'Girls Will Be Girls.')
Via BAGnewsNotes -- where there are some interesting interpretations. Including:
ceenik -- "The first interpretation (pre-title) was an echo of suppression and oppression, enabled by women, with the "american" woman caught in between oppressive women-enabled ideologies."
zatopa -- "Part of the joke is the reversal--the 2 religious uniforms allow only the eyes to show, while the modern secular outfit covers (almost) only the eyes."
What do you think?
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