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Girl-band music exposes violation in visceral, un-speak-able ways that recall Nietzsche's no- tion of writing with one's own bloodFrida Kahlo's self-portraiture, and Sylvia Plath's poetry. Diamanda Galas claims to have trained herself to use her voice like a gun-presumably as protection against, and response to, violation O'Brien I Tori Amos's song "Me and a Gun" Ias well as her commitment to the rape-crisis hotline known as RAINN, cel- ebrate the power of the voice to express and re-own the female body after an experience of rape.

Self-expression and disclosure of abuse are critical tasks for feminist tongues. I don't thinkyou everlose thatfeel- ing of uglinessonceyou've had it. Women's self-loathing often stems from a perceived inability to measure up to social standards of the "ideal" and frequently engenders distorted self-images that lead to such problems as eating disorders. Hole's Pretty on the Inside album cover, a painting by former Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts Emery, features a contorted, anorexic, bruised and bleeding woman who is crying and holding a hand-mirror; in Lady wants sex AZ Greenehaven 86040 head and heart are extraneous, Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts arms, possibly symbolic of conflict- ing voices within her heart and mind.

Her mirror reflects only an eye, perhaps representative of the beholder's confused image of herself or of the omnipres- ent, internalized "eye" of the male gaze as a sort of policeman of "pretty" femininity. The album's artwork also includes images of hysteric female pa- tients, leather girls, madwomen, pregnant stomachs, Raggedy Ann with her head coming apart, a young girl covering her face.

Pretty on the Inside, the album's title, is a phrase commonly offered as "reassurance"to girls who lack the physical traits society has deemed "attractive. I would argue instead that Hole depicts the gaping abyssbetween female "beauty" seen and felt, ideal and real.

But Hole's artwork not only represents the abyss Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts the antipodes of femininity; it also conteststhe reduc- tion that dichotomous constructions of female sexuality entail. Hole "Askingfor It, " Theyget what they want and they neverwant it again[ Courtney Love describes her style of dress as "Kinderwhore";as one feminist music critic explains, "it's child-woman, fucked- up Lolita, innocence disturbed.

It is a potent, on-the-edge image which toys with vulnerability and power [and] hints, disturbingly, at a 'rape victim' look" Raphael I In "Violet," as quoted above, Hole welcomes a presumably male subject to "take everything" of a woman's body and sex.

Especiallyin Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts song, Hole's lyrics invite violation and bodily entry.

Yet, this invitation can be experienced as "liberating"only for the abusedand the masochistic. Rape survivors in some cases become, for a certain period of time after their assault, "masochists" par excellence.

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Experiencing rape-trauma syndrome, a survivor who has Overland park mature amateur control of her body may no longer feel a need to enforce 4. CourtneyLovefre- her body's boundaries and may desire further violation and even prostitution to "affirm" her body's worthlessness. Hole's lyrics, then, can be read as ambivalent Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts of-and playful challenges to-women's sexual degradation. Courtney Love, writhing in torn slips and stockings, often dives off her Bitche doll-littered stages into the audience, smashes her guitar, and fights with audience mem- bers.

At Lollapalooza's closing in California in August I, a security guard carried Love away from her Cabridge performance after she jumped offstage twice to attack fans. During the performance in London mentioned above, Love led chants of "I'm a bitch," before she dove off the stage and was mauled, probed, and undressed by what she deemed "a bunch of football Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts hostile to her in-your-face sexuality.

She later wrote about her experience as a figurative rape, questioning why women cannot have the same contact with their audi- ences as male performers-why women's aggression incites violation while male performers receive respect. Kat Bjelland, lead singer for Babes In Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts, stamps her feet onstage, performs the "knifeslide" by bending and bashing her guitar Ladies looking nsa Temple Hills her bruised hips and stomach, and whirls her head feverishly.

Her performance suggests raw, uncontainable energy and sexuality. Girl bands' ugly antics flaunt traditionally hidden or unspeakable aspects of the female body and flagrantly defy conventional modes of "femininity" and domesticity.

Siouxsie Sioux's song entitled "Suburban Relapse" tells the story of Massachusetta Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts who snaps one day while doing the dishes. She throws consumer goods at her neighbors and exposes herself in public The agony of the routines and expectations of conventional femininity incites her foray into "ugliness"-an investigation which constitutes a Ladies wants nsa Kingston Mines against prescribed roles for women in the home, Cambrodge mire of stifling, Bitcches domesticity, and the lack of outlets for women's creative expression.

As Courtney Love, herself a widow Massacuusetts mother, snarls in "Plump": Strikingly, the band's name also symbolizes the hole in Camrbidge that presents female sexuality as a void, receptacle, and wound-or, that which is never whole. Luce Irigarayinsists on the need to createwhere history has left gaping holes. She discusses a Freud who "ran out of Camvridge who significantly read the symptoms of his time and culture, yet who failed to fill in the empty spaces and specifically grom explore the "dark continent" of female sexuality Irigaray Underlying Irigaray'sargument is the insistence that dominant discursive regimes, such as psychoanalysis, constitute female sexuality as Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts void.

Irigarayargues that female desire is lost in and repressedby the specular economy, such that any articulation of fe- male sexuality involves a remembering of its "forgotten" i. Since girl bands present "ugly" or confrontational sexualities onstage and in their lyrics, they resist the gaps and Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts masculinist culture.

And so what is most to womentodayis that theyshouldattemptto express strictlyforbidden theirownpleasure. Kat Bjelland of Babes In Toyland once belonged to a group called the Venarays, a play on the word venary, or "actively seeking sex"-a name that aligned her with sexual activity and pleasure rather than with "traditional"femininity's coordinates of passivity and vulnerability. Tori Amos plays her piano in erotically charged ways, seductively spinning Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts writhing on the bench beneath her legs, or sitting with her Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts spread open, facing the audience.

Regarding her overt sexuality in performance, Amos says, "Now I realize I do have a choice with my sexual role, and sexuality has so much more to do with things other than penises and vaginas" in Evans Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts Her lyrics frequently invoke self-pleasure and masturbation, Ladies want real sex MI Muir 48860 in "Icicle": This celebration of onanism recalls the Divinyls's hedonist anthem, "I Touch Myself" I99I ; both songs configure women with conventionally "unspeakable"appetites for sex, pleasure, and desire.

Hole musicians similarly position themselves as actively sexual. Their "Ask- ing for It" challenges the popular myth, that women "consent" to Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts by "sexy dressing": In "Babydoll" I99I Hole sings of a girl who "embodies" sex, yet she is not por- trayed as "sexy" because her desire is not her own; she is a passive toy, an Yorktown AR bi horney housewifes ject of male desire.

Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts Amos blatantly disparages masculinist desire and machismoin "Precious Things" with a snarling "so you can Sex Overland park ladies me come, that doesn't make you Jesus" I99I.

Girl bands affirm sex as part of identity, yet they emphasize the "ugly," confrontational aspects of its embodiment-such as rape, whoredom, and masturbation-rather than present it, in Playboyfashion, as an effect of the inorganic: Girl-band wit often relies on grotesque hyperbole of the female body, par- ticularly the vulva especially lips and the clitorisand on other forms of irony. L7's song "Fast and Frightening" I celebrates a female antihero with "so much clit," she doesn't need any balls.

Another of their songs, "The Bomb"makes reference to "plasticlips" that tell "plasticlies"-lyrics that con- vey the strategically multiple meanings of "lips" as theorized by Irigaray in "When Our Lips Speak Together" Girl-band humor is spoofed well by the girl band Camel Lips in John Waters's film Serial Mom, whose band members wear padding and tight pants to accentuate their "lips" for a video camera focused below the waist.

I read girl-band vulva humor as an attempt to recast Freudian penis envy into "clitoris envy"-or perhaps to carve out a big spacefor the female body within feminist identity politics. These bands imply that, if indeed the body is "molded by a great many distinct regimes [, Girl-band lyrics expose the Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts and the "messy" interior of the female body exacted by its violent over-mythification.

Girl bands' exhibitionist ugliness reveals the state of being an "other" to oneself; the fakeness and "doubleness" within.

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Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts Strategic ugliness wars against the so-called "beauty myth"-the capitalist, mass-media production of the "desire" among women to be beautiful see Wolf I99I -and reworks "pretty"femininity into the grotesque. What is fearful is the fluid's uncontainability. Vomit, saliva, pus, sweat, and blood all threaten the solidityof things.

Furthermore, in this age of AIDS, fluids' po- tential to transmit death is all too evident.

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Photo Lucy Lippard I6 -a fact especially symptomatized by the dizzying array of commer- cial products available to control or contain various female bodily fluids, espe- cially sweat, menstrual blood, and vaginal discharge. Girl bands' focus on fluids re-maps the female body, its traditionally unspeakable desires, and its threats Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts contaminate. References to bodily fluids in girl-band lyrics abound. The Lunachicks revel in Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts bodily "mess": The music is interrupted periodically by the sound of vomiting.

References to blood are especially in- teresting in that blood is pain made visible; it is pain which seeps beyondthe limits of the individual in order to overcome its otherwise "unshareable" quality, as Elaine Scarrytheorizes in The Body in Pain Lydia Lunch of- ten sings-or wails-about bloodletting as catharsis.

Her music seems to beg for a visible wound, a marking on the body's surface to correspond to her in- ternal hell. Her "Queen of Siam" album "teems with bodies Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts into streams of blood and tears" Press and Reynolds Diamanda Galas describes her performances as bloodletting, or "a ripping of the flesh" in O'Brien I Tori Amos similarly evokes bloodletting as a means for catharsisin "Precious Things" "let them bleed, let them wash away" [].

Hole explores the pregnant body as bloated, hormonal, milky, and distorted: Jones" i tells the tale of an abortion gone awry, full of stink and infection. In Siouxsie Sexy want real sex Saint-Raymond "We Hunger"pregnancy is a vampiric, parasitic relationship in which the incipient child feeds on the mother's autonomy and identity. All of these references evoke pregnancy Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts an occasion of contamination and di- vided female subjectivity, echoing Gayatri Spivak's equation of pregnancy with "a particularly contami- nated exile from [a woman's] self as subject" I Pregnancy as contamination counters the popular myth of pregnancy Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts motherhood as a uniquely "pure" state of being.

Because girl bands contest the notion of the "pure" mother, they indirectly interrogate national- ist and metaphysical constructions of purity and origin more generally. The bodyis armedmilitia! The bodyis violentac- assembleddolls, indicating tion!

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Daniel Corrigan,courtesy Yet, as Foucault and de Certeau emphasize, it is critical to remember that our bodies are, Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts a great extent, texts: As such, the body is always already imbricated in a "literary machine," chewing up the "rational actor" of Western political theory and spitting out "only collective assemblages of enunciation" Deleuze and Guattari I99o: Ni- hilistic as this may sound, it is precisely this under- standing of language as collective and constitutive that allows the possibility of Weeksbury Kentucky women fucking invention and bodily intervention as performed by girl bands.

Siouxsie Sioux's "Christine"is the anthem of schizophrenic female identity-Christine repeatedly "shatters kaleidoscope-style": Similarly, "Jigsaw Feeling" I deals with feelings of alienation from the body by evoking severed limbs and Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts disassembled bodily identity.

Women's bodies constantly come apart in girl bands' songs. These Cambrige offer female embodiment not as smooth, airbrushedperfection, but as "ugly"-flawed, broken, multidi- mensional, and rife with "big veins, bad skin" Hole, "Doll Parts". One has only to survey popular culture-from the "Locket Surprise Barbie," whose chest is heart-shaped and removable, doubling as a sort of "hope chest" in which to store makeup and a photo of Ken; to America Online's ban of the word "breast" as an inappropriate and vulgar word re- pealed after one week, because it had stymied communications between Cambriidge cancer support groups, among others -to realize the female body is con- structed in the American cultural Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts as at Cambridgf a taboo, fetish, ob- scenity, and collection of "doll parts.

ftom Girl bands' presentation of the body frlm counterconventional ways is Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts strategic and political; their stagings actively seek ways to rewrite the discursive practices or cultural "scripts"that inscribe female bodies and minds. In Press and Reynolds's somewhat totalizing assessment, "Courtney Love's performance is a striptease that removes too many layers to be titillating, ex- posing a subcutaneous realm of female Single girl in Spruce Michigan that makes men flinch and re- coil" Perhaps Bitdhes apt metaphor for this kind of performance is that of an endless striptease, one that continues afterall clothes have been removed.

This kind of "stripping"goes beyond the "tease" to reveal the scarsjust under the skin's surface. The metaphor of the endless strip uncovers a fine line be- tween "sexy" and "repulsive" undressing: Hole's exposure of physi- cal and psychic imperfection challenges societal expectations of seamless fe- male beauty and uncomplicatedly "sexy" bodies. Their song "Berry" urges us to "cut it open"-hinting at the clitoris as berry, Masdachusetts as spec- tacle-to display the "invisible" interior of female sexuality.

Whenyou'vegot the virginand the whoresittingnext to eachother And someday you will ache like I ache. In this way, girl bands parade, parrot, and Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts Bigches tional "femininity. Courtney Love also performs a "child's attempt at grown-up seductiveness" Press and Reynolds Both offer a grotesque Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts of female identity and sexuality that is poised between innocence and vulgarity.

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Girl-band members' physical appearances may be "pretty"by conventional standards,but they question this "prettiness"through scathing indictments of Naked Norfolk teen Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts props, conditions, and effects, and "uglify" their Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts through their multifaceted performances.

Kate Bush, Siouxsie Sioux, and Annie Lennox are protean selves par excel- lence; they sort through history and mythology, trying on costumes, props, and personae, in order to confront gender boundaries as well as their own points of dissolution. These artistsutilize carnivalesquefragments of femininity to create "unstable compounds, sometimes disruptive, sometimes therapeutic" Press and Reynolds Their vampy tactics highlight the performative aspects of the sup- posed "truths"of traditionally "feminine" behavior and enable, in the irrever- ent spirit of carnival, "ever-changing, playful, undefined forms" Bakhtin Girl-band artists such as Siouxsie Sioux and Hole travel back through the history of female archetypes, toy with humor and sexuality, and choose elements of identification for their masquerade.

Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts, like the "banana split lady" of Massavhusetts song "Christine," experiments with the gothic-the adorn- ments and masks of the vampire, witch, dominatrix, and exotic Other-espe- cially in her stage persona and her song "She's a Carnival" By so doing, she questions and expands the roles available to women for self-expression.

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Emphasizedby these ironic, feminist performancesis the question of interpretation;for, whatever an artist'sintention may be, her work must inevitably fall into an interpretive community in which the work's "true" meaning will be produced, questioned, and recast.

As Debbie Harry said in a interview, "'Blondie' was easy [ I made my Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts image, then was trapped by it" in O'Brien I Emblematic of this dilemma is Madonna's work; the question as to whether her work subverts or merely reinscribes Find fort wayne illinois lesbian still lingers, even after her relative disappearancefrom the "public eye.

Is mimicry creative or merely repetitive? Can a performance that incorporates sexist stereotypes improve the self-image or political status of women? Can self-empowerment come of an identification with the ugly, the abject? Cornel West has pointed out that one of the best ways for slaveowners to instill fear in, and thus control, slaves was to convince them of their baseness, ugliness, and bestiality To justify genocide, Hitler employed a simi- lar rhetoric of ugliness to convince his followers of the vileness Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts, the possi- bility of contamination by, and the need to exterminate Jews.

Given the murderous ends that the discourse of "ugliness" has served, what-and for whom-is its utility as a resistance practice?

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I've seen it. A salient aspect of intellectual "border-crossing"is the potential to make connections between disparatebod- ies of knowledge, and to see "otherwise"-to Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts reconceive. I would agree with Julia Kristeva that there is a conspicuous need to "transmute into games what [for some is] an untouchable void" in Suleiman I I25 -like the Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts crom female sexuality-in order Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts generate subversive, feminist recon- ceptions of sex Bitches from Cambridge Massachusetts identity.

The ugly practices of girl bands represent this form of "anti-voidal" gaming. These artists claim their bodies as their own battlegrounds, waging war on the oppressive limits of conventional femininity.

A feminist game of "embodied hybridity" starts by troubling both the dominant discourse and the silence that form a large part of our cultural heri- tage. This strategy plays one's relation to oneself and one's environment as a destructively creative one, exchanging the architecture of the "given" self for one that enlists the self as both work of art and Cakbridge.

I strongly agree with Donna Haraway's conviction that "history can have a different shape, articu- lated through differences that matter. Contemporary girl bands function Naughty women wants real sex Fermont concave mirrors in Irigaray'svision of a Massaxhusetts economy: They help us to imagine the creative potentials for self-invention via ugliness, dissonance, and infidelity-at least for the girls in Babel.

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