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No woman should feel discouraged or alone. The Pinup Dolls dress up in classic rockabilly couture to lift each other up and create a sisterhood where women can feel safe and supported.
One in four women has experienced domestic violence. We strive to inform people about the effects of domestic abuse and connect women with the resources they need. We work closely with nonprofits so that we can share their mission with a wider community.
If you find yourself in a dangerous situation, call us at 325-374-7700. We can refer you to a shelter or nonprofit that can help.
Many of our members dealt with domestic abuse themselves. We’re sympathetic to women dealing with abusive partners, and someone in our group is always available to provide a shoulder to cry on and a hand to hold.
We want to represent the women we hope to help. There’s no age limit to being a Doll. We accept minors to be part of our Baby Doll and Darling Doll programs. These programs show children the importance of giving back.
It’s important for children to understand the realities of domestic and child abuse because:
The outfits, hairstyles and makeup we don while performing as The Pinup Dolls draw inspiration from the 1940s and the 1950s. Many women in our group choose to emulate Rosie the Riveter, complete with her iconic bandana and her persevering attitude.
We don’t all look identical. Women come in different sizes and shapes, and we want to celebrate that, not run from it. Body shaming has no place in The Pinup Dolls—we embrace all bodies.
Reach out now if you want to join us or if you want to learn more.