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Back to the Land – Back to Pure Womanhood?

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“Living Simple” and “Back to the Land” movements of the latter twentieth century, championed by women like Helen Nearing, encouraged women to eschew beauty products and embrace a natural look. The beauty industry quickly co-opted this feminism with “natural-” and “organic-beauty” products, redirecting it back towards superficial “outer beauty.” Campaigns then and now claim that beauty products are chemical free, animal friendly, and deliver “beauty, truth, and harmony.”[1] Yet ultimately all this so-called “natural beauty” can be had for the market rate - quickly veering away from the intent of the “Back-to-the-Landers” who desired women’s independence, self-reliance, and pride. [1] All Natural Beauty, http://www.allnaturalbeauty.us/ ; Curative Woman, http://www.curativewoman.com/
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Name: National Women's Studies Association
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Risk, Shannon. "Back to the Land – Back to Pure Womanhood?" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Women's Studies Association, SHERATON HOTEL (DOWNTOWN) ATLANTA, Atlanta, GA, <Not Available>. 2014-11-25 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p513678_index.html>

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Risk, S. M. "Back to the Land – Back to Pure Womanhood?" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Women's Studies Association, SHERATON HOTEL (DOWNTOWN) ATLANTA, Atlanta, GA <Not Available>. 2014-11-25 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p513678_index.html

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Abstract: “Living Simple” and “Back to the Land” movements of the latter twentieth century, championed by women like Helen Nearing, encouraged women to eschew beauty products and embrace a natural look. The beauty industry quickly co-opted this feminism with “natural-” and “organic-beauty” products, redirecting it back towards superficial “outer beauty.” Campaigns then and now claim that beauty products are chemical free, animal friendly, and deliver “beauty, truth, and harmony.”[1] Yet ultimately all this so-called “natural beauty” can be had for the market rate - quickly veering away from the intent of the “Back-to-the-Landers” who desired women’s independence, self-reliance, and pride. [1] All Natural Beauty, http://www.allnaturalbeauty.us/ ; Curative Woman, http://www.curativewoman.com/


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