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Mostly vintage and retro "badness" but you can decide how delicious it is. http://www.kitschy-kitschy-coo.com/blog/
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Polly Dolly (Or, Of Boys & Dolls)

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In 1972, the Ms. Foundation for Women produced Free to Be… You and Me, an illustrated book and record album set. Initiated by Marlo Thomas, the mission of the Free to Be… You and Me project was to provide healthy messages refuting and rejecting gender stereotypes while encouraging the positive and empowering post-1960s ideas of gender equality, individuality, comfort with one’s identity, and tolerance. Using her celebrity clout, Marlo Thomas got a number of her celebrity friends to create, write, and perform the modern day lessons to children in song and story form. No doubt the hope was that the parents and other adults in children’s lives were listening — and learning — too.

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Deanna Dahlsad's curator insight, February 15, 4:31 PM

Remember "William Wants A Doll"? I do.


Plus, the story of my dad's doll.

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The Smell Of Fear (Or Something Stinks In Vintage Film Ad)

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From the Corpus Christi Times , March 29, 1957, comes this frightful ad featuring scary movies boldly warning things such as “Do not judge by anything seen before!” and “Girls!...
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This Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words...

This Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words... | Kitsch | Scoop.it
tihscihc:
“ live yur dreams
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There's more wrong with this photo than the fashions...


As if it's OK to have little boys sexualized, or grown women to be props in a male fantasy.


The original poster of this retro pic said, "Live yur dreams" -- more like nightmares.

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Deanna Dahlsad's curator insight, February 2, 2:38 AM

There's more wrong with this photo than the fashions...


As if it's OK to have little boys sexualized, or grown women to be props in a male fantasy.


The original poster of this retro pic said, "Live yur dreams" -- more like nightmares.