For example, a lot of the beauty pageants now a days are corrupted by money, greed and popularity. Sana Hassan author of The Psychological Effects of Beauty Pageants on Children, “Gone are the days when innocence and missing teeth were considered cute. Kids in child beauty pageant competitions am to look attractive and are sexualized, even as toddlers. They wear revealing outfits, flippers (fake teeth for kids who are missing front teeth), and heavy make-up. Girls in these competitions are sexualized so early on in their lives.
Even though this is bad on its own the Triangular Trade is deemed much worse for multiple reasons. One of the reasons being that you were slaved completely on the way you looked, basically your race. Also, you worked in slavery until death and slavery was passed down to the slave's children. Unlike the slavery in Africa the slavery in the colonies came with specific rules. For example, it is stated "that all servants imported and brought into this country, by sea or land, who were not Christians in their native country, shall be accounted and be slaves, and as such be here bought and sold notwithstanding conversion" (Clark, 42).
First Sexual Experience Teenagers acquired to explore their bodies, see and touch themselves, and have its own special curiosity when it comes to the world of sex that is why media has something to do with it, placing televisions with seductive telenovelas, provocative magazines and books and there is an unlimited access which we call the internet where you just can google porn whenever you want (Collins, n.d). Being carefree, teenagers tend to do what they want, feel what they want to feel and say what they want to say but out of their aggressive minds, curiosities and peer-pressures (Neinstein, n.d), no wonder that these adolescents have a big chance in engaging premarital sex. • Premarital Sex Premarital sex or PMS is between two persons commits intercourse before entering the holy matrimony (Howard, 2007).
With shows like Toddlers and Tiaras, young girls are facing harsh realities of adults choosing which child is the prettiest, the most charming. Many now wonder if competing in beauty pageants adversely affect a child’s development. Beauty pageants deprive children of their confidence and childhoods because they lower girls self esteem, they force children to look and act like adults, and they teach young girls about unrealistic beauty standards, and other negative messages. Beauty Pageants deprive children of their confidence and
Besides, it can be seen in the movie that women were used and did not even taken seriously. After fulfilling his needs, Bond left Solage deceiving her by ordering beverage. When he comes back he learns that she was tortured and killed. Moreover, these subliminal messages may cause such problems as violence against women in accordance with Katz in video ‘A Violence against Women it is a Men’s Issue’ (Katz 2012). In contrast, Vesper is demonstrated as smart, ambitious and beautiful at the same time.
Romeo and Juliet put this ideology into question. In today’s day and age, the idea of love is regularly based around others physical appearances or “butterflies” someone may get. Social media is full of the beautiful women with “no filter” and “body goals”. Imagine the craziness that could ensue if Romeo had a Tinder account or access to all of social media content around today. It is because of this that teenagers now use the word “love” too loosely, and Romeo and Juliet’s story may be partly to
They are constantly pushed to prove their masculinity and the worst deviation from hegemonic masculinity is homosexuality. An attitude that rendered the life of my friend, Luigi, difficult since he was not willing to hide his sexual orientation and faced disapproval and discrimination including from his family. The relationship between masculinity and morality is complicated since masculinity requires auto-control and a high sense of morality, while men are perceived as violent and predatory. The concept of overly dominant violent heads of family is rejected today and violence against women is condemned. However, on one occasion I had the questionable pleasure of talking to a young man that told me with great pride about beating his supposedly unfaithful girlfriend and her supposed lover severely.
Aunts also show women’s complicity. They reeducated the handmaids by brainwashing them and punishing them. For instance, Aunt Lydia makes excuse to the men by saying that men by nature are aggressive and cannot control their sexual desire. “Men are sex machines, said Aunt Lydia… It is nature’s way. It’s God’s device.
Emilia’s opinion about the betrayal expresses a contemporary view of the relationship between the sexes. Even though it might be hard for us to really connect to this today but during the Elizabethan era, these were more than just views, it was the harsh reality of how men and women treated each other. Othello is a book that successfully portrays this relationship. In the book Othello, Emilia states, “ Tis not a year or two shows us a man; They are all but stomachs, and we all but food; To eat us hungrily, and when they are full, They belch us. Look you, Cassio and my husband” (3.4.92-95).Emilia’s statement clearly suggests what it is like to be a woman during her time and how men would treat them.
It is sickening and disgraceful that the human race has finally resorted to manipulating their own kind for the selfish benefit of winning the rat race. Consider, for example, a world with heightened objectification and inequality, where both genders are slaves to a materialistic world. Is this really the road of evolution? It is time that society take action and stop gender objectification and the inequalities that females suffer from. Advertisements or campaigns that exploit gender should be banned, and more support should be given to the feminist society, where the ongoing cries for equality have been unheard.