Girl next door
archetype of a cute, kind, unassuming, and honest woman or girl, often in a romantic story
This article is about the cultural stereotype. For other uses, see Girl Next Door (disambiguation).
"All-American girl" redirects here. For other uses, see All American Girl (disambiguation).
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- Deborah Jermyn, "'Death of the Girl Next Door': Celebrity, Femininity, and Tragedy in the Murder of Jill Dando", Feminist Media Studies, Vol. 1 No. 3 (Nov. 2001)
- Michael Levine, "Feeling for Buffy—The Girl Next Door" in Michael Levine and Steven Schneider, Buffy and Philosophy, Open Court Press 2003
- Frank Rich, "Journal: The Girl Next Door", The New York Times, Feb. 20, 1994
- Michael Walker, "SHE SPITS ON THE GIRL NEXT DOOR", Los Angeles Times, Feb. 6, 1994
- Elizabeth Wurtzel, "Women: Read my lips: Are you a girl next door or a second wife?", The Guardian, Dec. 22, 1998