guys and dolls:

Photographic portraits of male dolls geared for either boys and girls. The levels of masculinity (or lack thereof) depicted in the doll's identity, expose the construction of gender marketed to children.

ken #2
ken #2

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joe #4
joe #4

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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ken #1
ken #1

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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joe #2
joe #2

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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ken #5
ken #5

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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joe #5
joe #5

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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ken #4
ken #4

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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joe #6
joe #6

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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ken #1
ken #1

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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joe #7
joe #7

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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ken #7
ken #7

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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joe #3
joe #3

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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ken #10
ken #10

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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joe #8
joe #8

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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ken #3
ken #3

archival digital print 14"h X 11"w

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