African American Women In Deborah

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Being a women in every part of the world and throughout centuries has given women little to nothing of recognition about their bodies and achievements. Deborah helps us understand these difficult topics that a lot of women today are not comfortable talking about to other people and even other women. Deborah talks about women’s desire but she focus on teenage girls entirely. Who are at their peak of mental and physical change in their bodies. And it brings to a question of knowing if teenagers have sexual desire especially girls. From her article she explains that some teenage girls do have some sexual desire. It is hard to acknowledge that teenager do have sexual desire because from generations before us, we know that men are the ones with…show more content…
And it can be seen all over the time of movies, music, and social media that African American women are portrayed in these types of typical scenarios. “The controlling image of the “bitch” constitutes one representation that depicts Black women as aggressive, loud, rude, and pushy” (Hill Collins, 167). In many of the rap music made from the male African American, but also white male rappers they describe African American women with this term that makes them seem not approachable. And so many of these women that listen to this kind of music think or are told that is how they are supposed to ask and that all African American women are just like they describe them. But, also some female rapper have embrace the bitch label to make themselves be independent. Pop culture has affect not only the African American women by labeling with the word bitch but has put them out in movies, music videos, and television as the women that rappers created and set the label for them. Not only it affects the African American women but also the Latinas, who have also been label not bitchy but…show more content…
Latin women in most case are seen with curves, dark color hair, thick accent, and with colorful dresses. “Latina characterized by red-colored lips, bright seductive clothing, curvaceous hips and breasts, long brunette hair, and extravagant jewelry” (Guzman and Valdivia, 179). Many Latin women are seen in a lot of media like the one describe here and till day it has not change. Some of the women that are seen to be this stereotypical type of Latin women comes from the Columbian women, where they have more of a tropical vibe to them. Pop culture has their way of making women of different cultures, ethnicities, and religion to have a label and to tell the world, that is how each one from each society is. It is also a label that is put on the Latin women to be like that just the African American women with the word
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