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Natalya Lusty

Natalya Lusty works as a researcher in the Department of Gender Studies at the University of Sydney and teaches part-time at the University of Western Sydney.

Natalya Lusty reviews ‘Ladies Who Lunge: Celebrating difficult women’ by Tara Brabazon

June–July 2002, no. 242 01 June 2002
Tara Brabazon’s Ladies Who Lunge: Celebrating Difficult Women is a collection of essays on feminism and popular culture. Addressing a range of subjects – including aerobics, wrestling, Miss Moneypenny, Anita Roddick and the pedagogy of Sylvia Ashton Warner – Brabazon’s material on the whole does justice to her general contention that feminist readings of popular culture need to be fearless ... (read more)