Constantly updated Bibliography for all the paper dolls found in this site.

Archer, C. (2003). Tart cards : London’s illicit advertising art. West New York, Nj: Mark Batty.

Asher, C.R. (2014). Hole In The Sole.

Carol, A. and Kennedy, L. (1995). Nudes, prudes, and attitudes : pornography and censorship. Cheltenham: New Clarion Press.

Cunt, R. (2011). A history of Black Sex Workers in the Wild West. [online] Twitter. Available at: [Accessed 20 Nov. 2019].

Fitzgerald, C. (2016). A brief history of SW impact on fashion. [online] Twitter. Available at:

Gilles Néret (2008). 1000 Dessous : Histoire De La Lingerie = A History Of Lingerie. Hong Kong ; Köln ; Paris: Taschen, Cop.

Jonny Trunk (2010). Dressing for pleasure in rubber, vinyl and leather : the best of the AtomAge, 1972-1980. London: Fuel.

Merrill, J., Ben-Horin, K. and Nasser K (2016). She’s got legs : a history of hemlines and fashion. Atglen: Schiffer Publishing.

Nomis, A.O. (2013). The history & arts of the dominatrix. Basingstoke: Anna Nomis.

Peakman, J. (2014). Mighty lewd books : the development of pornography in eighteenth-century England. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Smith, M. and Mac, J. (2018). Revolting prostitutes the fight for sex workers’ rights. London Verso.

Steele, V. (1997). Fetish : fashion, sex, and power. New York: Oxford University Press.