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My idol is Ava Gardner and when I watch her films - as I do all the time - I think that so much has been lost from today's society.

Debbie says: When I see a girl walking down the street wearing next to nothing, I think: 'Why don't you have more respect for yourself?

' Other women may laugh at my determination to make my home perfect for my husband, Martin, but I enjoy spending my leisure time baking cakes and sewing.

I try not to interact with the modern world too much at all.

Shopping in supermarkets is an ordeal, and I only recently realised that Tony Blair is no longer Prime Minister as I don't read newspapers - they are just too distressing.

Today's society is all rush, rush, rush, whereas I like to take my time.

I never leave the house without lipstick on, and I also like to help neighbours - collecting their pensions and doing shopping for them, just as women in the 1950s would do.

Joanne Massey: 'Living like this makes me happier'We've been married for 13 years and we're extremely happy because we both know our roles.

There is none of the battling for equality that I see in so many marriages today.

We do have a television set, but we hide it in a retro cabinet and only watch things like Miss Marple, Poirot and Foyle's War.

My obsession began as a teenager, when I loved old movies because they seemed to represent a halcyon time, when women were more feminine and men more protective.

I only ever wear 1950s clothing, such as tight pencil skirts, a white blouse and a wide belt.

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