Finally my eyes settled on a piece that was exquisite and yet so simply alluring. This painting “Defying Ignorance” by Young June Lew, was provocative but yet innocent in its display. My eyes were first drawn to the silhouette of an elegant woman 's profile, showcasing her naked refinement and femininity. Painted in a lustrous gold hue, she reaches high for what seems to be a pomegranate. After a moment I realized she is not the sole figure in the painting, there are others in the near background.
Venus, the Roman goddess of love was more commonly depicted as pale and slim and since the Woman from Willendorf is the polar opposite of that she could not be associated with that same name. In my opinion this is also because the curves of the woman from Willendorf more possibly depicts a woman of color as we are the ones that tend to be more shapely. This was also another reason why I feel that the name Venus was taken out of her name. They probably wanted very little association of a woman of color being a Goddess let alone Venus herself. I’m sure that since Romans were constantly trying to depict themselves as close to God like as possible this was why they chose to strip her of her Goddess
Mindy was around average size and she was limited in her style options but she didn’t let this stop her. She did not let any stylist tell her how she should dress and attempt to hold her back from looking the way she wanted. The standards of beauty did not oppress her or make her want to change herself, but instead she made her own standards to live by. She not only inspires people to follow her fashion but to also to makes the rules of beauty. Claudia and Pecola both cared a lot about being perceived as beautiful, where Mindy only sought to make herself feel beautiful.
In the mirror, we can see the reflection of pictures is not precise, which states imperfections in Marilyn, which expresses that beauty is not everything. The rose symbolizes natural beauty and is also a representation of a woman. The lip gloss, face powder, lipstick, and mirror show that it is about a women who is affected by vanity and self-image. I don’t think it is represented as a bad thing though, because it isn’t exaggerated and the objects make me think of elegance. There are a few objects in the painting that represent wealth and richness.
In contrast to the Maybelline commercial, the actress is not trying to come off as seductive. Whereas Maybelline uses pathos and ethos to capture the audience’s attention, Neutrogena only uses ethos. Panettiere’s appearance, showing her clear, glowing complexion and her hair pulled back to emphasize her face, already speaks wonders for the Neutrogena product that she’s endorsing. If anyone is qualified to talk about Neutrogena’s foundation, it would definitely be someone with an appearance like hers. And, anyone with even the slightest traces of acne which is common in teenage girls, will be willing to take her advice
Mary is very massive and big, Mary's hips were very wide and Madonna looks very realistic compared to Cimabue painting. The prophets in the painting of Giotto all the prophets were positioned different and all the angels and prophets are looking at Mary and Jesus and the prophets are all behind the angels. The angles and the prophets were facing towards Mary and Jesus that represents humbleness and respect to Mary because both Mary and Jesus are holy. Madonna has Jesus sitting down on her lap and it looks very natural the way Jesus is positioned. Cimabue painting of Jesus sitting down in Mary's lap he looks very stiff and is positioned straight.
The wives are more than just sex symbols, this movie is an accurate representation of what real women are like. It’s a movie that reminds us that women are, you know, human beings and not objects. Immortan Joe uses the wives as sex symbols, Miller represents Joe 's hyper-masculine sexism. He uses the wives purely based on beauty, and they do represent what our society expects women to be, and how beauty is portrayed. Miller shows this so we see how shallow masculine conception of beauty is.
The use of the word “confined” also shows that the cap was holding back her beauty, and acted a bit like a prison. Another word for confined is inadequate, which could be Hawthorne’s way of showing that this cap was restricting her beauty, making her look inadequate to others and yet without the cap, her beauty is automatically restored. A little later on in the story, Hawthorne goes about saying, “A crimson flush was was glowing on her cheek, that had been long so pale. Her sex, her youth, and the whole richness of her beauty, came back from what men call the irrevocable past…” (167). Hester’s attractiveness is evident in this quote and displays an image of a young woman who had exquisite beauty, just through his use of descriptive words such as “richness.” Hawthorne also wrote that Hester’s beauty had returned by writing “her beauty, came back from what men call an irrevocable past”, meaning that there was a point where she wasn’t as attractive, or at all.
In Macbeth, a closer reading reveals that the play actually views women as naturally loving and good, although, Lady Macbeth appears capable of boundless evil, she in fact is not. Throughout the play, Shakespeare produces multiple gender-related metaphors to make women look kind and loving by nature. Lady Macbeth attempts to output her femininity by calling on spirits to “unsex”her. (Mac.1.5.42) To her, being “unsexed” means “[stopping] up th’ access and passage to remorse” so that “compunctious visitings of nature” cannot interfere with her plan. (Mac.1.5.45-46) Lady Macbeth suggests that as a woman, she is too conscience to be capable of committing such an awful crime.
Frida Kahlo was a Mexican self-portrait artist who was also a feminist artist through art. Frida didn’t care to fit in with the ‘norm’, she kept her masculine features untouched- she didn’t pluck her eyebrows, her moustaches or shave her armpit hair. It was also said that Kahlo darkened her eyebrows with pencil. She created her individual style especially through her clothing, at the time when women were eager on wearing tight dresses, Kahlo wore long skirts and loose shirts with vivid patterns and she braided fabrics into her hair and wore accessories that created a fashion frenzy across the world! Although Kahlo defied the standards of beauty in society, she’s still considered one of the most attractive women.
What a wonderful sight it is to see a woman with great modesty! Within as well as in what she wears! Clothing and how girls/women are to dress is definitely not a grey area in the Bible. In I Timothy 2:9 and10 we are told what to adorn ourselves with. “I also want women to dress modestly, with decency and propriety, not with braided hair or gold or pearls or expensive clothes but with good works, appropriate for women who profess to worship God.” What is modesty?
A bleach blonde bombshell named Amber Stevenson stretches seductively on a black ocean of velvet covers, waiting for her me to fuck her in a scene. Her kawii shaped eyes, ebony shaped lips, triangular shaped cheekbones, and upturned shaped nose, coated with a thick layer of baby-doll makeup, did not provide her with the perfection of angelic beauty, but more the imperfection in sex appeal. However, her body being more childlike than woman, possessed skin so white that it almost seemed prosthetic. Not a pimple, mole, freckle, Jackson Pollack this lactescent embodiment of visual purity. Consequently, the juxtaposition made her dangerously desirable to perverts.
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