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Is RuPaul’s Drag Race the Opiate of the Masses?

Hey dolls! Happy Thursday! We are back as usual with more juicy Dollhouse pieces for your perusal – plus an exciting event for ten lucky Dollhouse members.

From a breakdown of Drag Race overload, to an exploration of whether the popularisation of “unaesthetic, unsexy” beauty products is just another way of getting us to buy stuff (via an amazing NYC-based photoshoot), there’s lots to love this week, so let’s get into it…

You’re Invited to Miista Club

Miista have kindly given us ten guest list spaces for Dollhouse members for this event on Saturday. There’s free drinks and the chance to win shoes! The first ten people to email hello@polyesterzine.com (Öffnet in neuem Fenster) their names get the spots <3 Good luck!

Is RuPaul’s Drag Race the Opiate of the Masses? (Öffnet in neuem Fenster)

Tsari Paxton considers the constant deluge of Drag Race content, and asks how much might be too much. 

‘Unaesthetic, Unsexy Products’ Could Be the Final Straw of Late Stage Capitalism (Öffnet in neuem Fenster)

Our Editorial Fellow Sihaam Naik writes on deinfluencing, and how “ugly” products are simply the next stage in our ongoing game of capitalism. 

Dreamgirl Chapter 4: “I don’t think she remotely feels she’s done all the things she wants to do”  (Öffnet in neuem Fenster)

The fourth instalment of Emma Forrest’s fiction periodical is here!

New York, 5AM is the Editorial Celebrating the Foreigner’s Perspective of the Big Apple (Öffnet in neuem Fenster)

Li Mo and Zheng Ma’s amazing photo series captures one of the world’s most famous cities in a new light. 

Intimacy Through the Looking Glass: How The Internet Changed Our Experience of Relationships (Öffnet in neuem Fenster)

Eugenia Perozo writes on the ways in which the internet has changed the ways we connect with each other, for better or worse.

Detailing Yuko Tatsushima’s Canvas: The Artist Behind the Inspiration for the Internet’s Scariest Creepypastas (Öffnet in neuem Fenster)

And finally, Arya Nanda analyses the work of Yuko Tatsushima, and the emotions it elicits among those who see it. 

See ya next week!


The Polyester Team <3

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