The Male Gaze of Female Photographers

Gender Posing in Deborah Turbeville’s 1975 Vogue Editorial

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Turbeville, Deborah. Vogue US May 1975. 2. / Source

The patterns of visualising femininity cannot be broken by simply letting a female photographer control the camera.

Goffman’s Model Applied to Turbeville’s “Bathhouse”

Feminine Touch

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Turbeville, Deborah. Vogue US May 1975. 1. / Source
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Turbeville, Deborah. Vogue US May 1975. 2. / Source
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Turbeville, Deborah. Vogue US May 1975. 3. / Source
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Turbeville, Deborah. Vogue US May 1975. 4. / Source
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Turbeville, Deborah. Vogue US May 1975. 7. / Source

Ritualised Subordination

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Turbeville, Deborah. Vogue US May 1975. 5. / Source
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Turbeville, Deborah. Vogue US May 1975. 1. / Source
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Turbeville, Deborah. Vogue US May 1975. 2. / Source

Licensed Withdrawal

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Turbeville, Deborah. Vogue US May 1975. 6. / Source

Conclusion

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