Marina and the Diamonds is generally very satirical about gender and media, but she does conform to societal standards for a girl by wearing makeup and dressing "girly". This shows that femininity is defined by makeup and clothing (often times of the pink variety).
A Cake in Danger. Rowlandson (1757-1827) (etcher) 20 Apr 1806 A hand-coloured print of a 'cake' or a naive young man falling prey to the charms of two prostitutes, one of whom steals a handkerchief from the man's pocket. Meanwhile, a Nightwatchman holding a truncheon and with a clay pipe in his hat, leans on the lower half of the door to his sentry box, asleep, oblivious to what is happening.