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A white woman in a plain dress lies on a simple bed with her legs up against a green wall. She has her eyes closed and both hands are covering her pubic area.
Thérèse is sitting in a wooden chair in an office. She is wearing a towel and looks back to the camera over her bare shoulder.
The picture shows the lower part of an older white woman's face and a white hand, whose index finger she is sucking. Her lips are painted pink.
The face of a woman of colour looking directly in the camera is shown. She has dreadlocks, wears blue colourful earrings and tiny wrinkles can be seen.
A collection of 10 movie posters of the films included in the list, such as Away From Her, Still Alice and Amour.
The artist is standing in a shop window in a long, red dress, next to a sign that reads The right to orgasm at over 60 in big, bold letters.
A white woman with long, grey hair looks at the camera with blue eyes and her head tilted. Double exposure shows her with her head up right out of focus.
A white older woman is sitting on a large magic carpet in the shape of a contraceptive pill container, surrounded by enormous flying pills.
The face of a white woman that lies on her side is shown. She has her eyes closed and her mouth is slightly open. Close to her face is the lower arm of an unpictured person.
Liz has long blond hair and red lipstick and sits on the armrest of a red leather couch, wearing golden heels and a golden seethrough top. She also wears a blonde tail.
A book is opened on the page where it showsn Ursula Le Guin's chapter.
A naked white woman with short hair is shown in bondage. There are ropes around her wrists, her torso, and behind her neck.
A metallic microphone glistens under soft purple light
A collection of 10 movie posters of the films included in the list, such as Nitrate Kisses, Les Invisibles and Tru Love.
Illustration of two hands playing with two brain-shaped masses as if they were string puppets. They are made of naked bodies and floating in space.
Heather Corinna's book is lying on a table. The cover has red, orange, yellow and white flames.
Six women dancing on a warmly lit stage. They wear feminine red and black clothing and are moving delicately