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What is happening to women’s faces?

By Elizabeth Kirkwood  

Berlusconi: no stranger to the surgeon's knife

After the “summer of sleaze” in Italian politics there is, at last, something taking place in Italy to feel optimistic about. The lurid details of Berlusconi’s playboy antics may have given Italian men a reassuring pat on the back, confirming that “boys will be boys” ad infinitum, but a backlash from the feminist quarters is in the offing, and what’s more, feminism in its good old-fashioned and orthodox form—a reliable gauge of just how bad…

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