BOMBSHELLS by Joanna Murray-Smith

The young woman who needs the dress, the mother fraying at the edges, the older woman who remains a sexual being: comedic stereotypes of women who inhabit our world that explode into deeper truths about being unseen.

In a world of empowered women why does the idea of marrying a taller older man persist? Sometimes the feminist project overlooks the plight of the less radical. Many young people and women feel rejected by feminism: perhaps exploring the invisibility of ‘normal’ women is what is needed to achieve gender equality.