Thank you for coming, Representative Humphrey. I’ll be your host for this evening.

About The Dollhouse I began The Dollhouse to explore my personal history as an adoptee as well as to interrogate the ideas of identity, feminism, and home. Creating worlds through play allows me to design utopias where women rule on a 1:12-scale. Dolls and dollhouses represent a hyper-sexualized way of Read More …

When it came to intimacy, she had to admit she could be a really big chicken.

About The Dollhouse I began The Dollhouse to explore my personal history as an adoptee as well as to interrogate the ideas of identity, feminism, and home. Creating worlds through play allows me to design utopias where women rule on a 1:12-scale. Dolls and dollhouses represent a hyper-sexualized way of Read More …

Do you still have your virginity, or just the box it came in?

About The Dollhouse I began The Dollhouse to explore my personal history as an adoptee as well as to interrogate the ideas of identity, feminism, and home. Creating worlds through play allows me to design utopias where women rule on a 1:12-scale. Dolls and dollhouses represent a hyper-sexualized way of Read More …

She couldn’t wait for the day she could carry her Vagenda in her purse as openly as they carried their guns.

About The Dollhouse I began The Dollhouse to explore my personal history as an adoptee as well as to interrogate the ideas of identity, feminism, and home. Creating worlds through play allows me to design utopias where women rule on a 1:12-scale. Dolls and dollhouses represent a hyper-sexualized way of Read More …

Thank goodness for periods, she thought. Without them, the words would just bleed all over the page.

About The Dollhouse I began The Dollhouse to explore my personal history as an adoptee as well as to interrogate the ideas of identity, feminism, and home. Creating worlds through play allows me to design utopias where women rule on a 1:12-scale. Dolls and dollhouses represent a hyper-sexualized way of Read More …

“Put on your big girl panties and deal with it,” he said. “Panties? Who needs panties?” she said.

About The Dollhouse I began The Dollhouse to explore my personal history as an adoptee as well as to interrogate the ideas of identity, feminism, and home. Creating worlds through play allows me to design utopias where women rule on a 1:12-scale. Dolls and dollhouses represent a hyper-sexualized way of Read More …