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Sex Change

by | 22nd, December 2004

‘IF it wasn’t for the fact that today’s Page 3 girl, 22-year-old Nikkala from Middlesex, is wearing nothing above the waist, we might have mistaken her for a man.

David Beckham

That is not meant as an insult to young Nikkala, who is as pert and as perky as a woman should be.

But such is the blurring of traditional distinctions between men and women that it’s sometimes hard to tell the difference these days.

And it’s going to become even harder over the course of the next decade, says the Express, as men become more “feminised” and women become more masculine.

A report by consumer analysts Datamonitor predicts that men will take on an increasingly active role in parenting, increase their interest in fashion and develop their own beauty regimes (including having plastic surgery).

At the same time, women will spend more time at work or college rather than staying at home and will soon be drinking their male colleagues under the table.

As evidence of this trend, this morning’s Sun reports that actress Kelly Brook recently enjoyed a girls’ night out in Stringfellows ogling female lap-dancers.

Club boss (and amateur sociologist) Peter Stringfellow says this is quite normal.

“All beautiful women are fascinated by other beauties because they can

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