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This essay examines Western representations of Saigon as a feminine and sensual place, providing examples of continuity between French colonial portrayals of the city and print journalism during the u.s. presence in Vietnam from the mid-1950s to 1975. Femininity and sexual allure feature...
Relations between u.s. servicemen and Vietnamese civilians represent one of the most persistent cultural legacies of the Vietnam War. From brides to bar girls to crass film tropes of Vietnamese sex workers, women occupy a prominent place in the war’s memory. At the time, however, the media and...
Scholars often have ignored Playboy magazine’s role in the Vietnam War because many have assumed its only function was to provide soldiers with erotic images of women. This article analyzes Playboy ’s content to explain its popularity in the Vietnam War. While acknowledging the importance of...
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