The immoral, negative behavior from these Hollywood and political stars needs to be eliminated and realized quickly. The news story that has all these sexually harassed victims on their feet and uproaring a voice for themselves has been heard from all over the world. These women have also gifted themselves with a few trademarks referred as “#metoo” “times up” and “Why We Wear Black”. These trademarks have caught the public eye right from the birth of this movement and has continues to have an impact on society. Sexual harassment is involving the making of unwanted of sexual remarks or obscene actions.
Every individual has their own perspective in a Latino due to how they are viewed by others. Most stereotypes come from social media and largely by the famous latinos which has a big impact on how various mistake the overall view of Latinos. Plenty of Latinos are American citizens who actually become successful. All Latinos are different in many ways for example, not all look alike, some do not even speak spanish, many are accused of selling drugs, and Latinos do not always party every weekend. Latinos are mistaken to have dark brown hair and eyes as well as tan or olive skin.
The under-representation of women is mainly prevalent in the American Culture, as men consciously or unconsciously view themselves as being more superior than women, therefore perceiving and representing women as sex objects(Heise), encouraging sexual aggression and violence against women. Violence towards women sexually have also been normalized through overexposure of sexual violence in the media, both in music and the social media, and is further
The United States of America has transformed into this sexist and dangerous world in which the media and society portrays real women as objects and not as human beings. People see this on TV through commercials, TV shows, movies, and even games where the bodies of women are promoted like toys for the sexual pleasure of men. The 2011 documentary Miss Representation brings up this idea of how the ridiculous stereotypes of women are portrayed heavily through the outlets of media and how that has negatively affected American women. Women are the minority groups when they are compared to men. Since they are the minorities, they will be the minorities in media and in society.
Many Celebrities have come under fire for their racist slurs in the media. Actors such as Michael Richards, Mel Gibson, and among few others are prime examples of individuals whose outburst lead to a racist commentary. The question that is on everybody's mind, when they heard about the outbursts from a celebrity, they wonder if they had a racist view of minorities or suffer from an uncontrollable anger problem. In some cases, these outbursts can be seen as a hidden anger problem while in other cases can be seen as how these individuals view blacks and other minorities in America. Michael Richard was once widely known for his portrayal on the 1989 television sitcom Seinfeld as a supporting character Cosmo Kramer.
3. Sexism This may be the most commonly used tactic for advertising.Sexism is so very inherent in our culture that it makes itself visible in almost every advertisement.Women of color are always portrayed in specific roles deemed acceptable by society. Similarly, men also fall victim to such sexism as they are
They pretend that their radical mindsets are acceptable, even though it comes from the past. In addition to these individuals, racist, sexist and homophobic individuals also have this mindset, which causes the need for groups like Black Lives Matter and Feminist groups. Like Gatsby, the members of the KKK and other discriminatory individuals still live in the past and forget that everybody else is living in the present. To add to this, in Hollywood, many entertainment personalities are coming front to admit that they have been raped. They share that in their experiences many influential men rape women and abuse their power.
Ever noticed how sexist, racist and homophobic an American can be? If not, watch the Super Bowl. Before, during, and after the Super Bowl commercials that some people see as comedy, but some see these commercials very controversial, air. Coke, 84 Lumber and others have used people’s sex, race, and sexuality to sell their product or to promote their stance on a social injustice, which also helps sell their product or better their image. Sexualizing women, using Trump’s Wall for commerce, and featuring homosexuals in their commercials for publicity.
Music videos, song lyrics, and movies have labeled women in their entirety as objects for use rather than equally regarded human beings. For example, women that hold main character status in a film usually are belittled and use sexual favors in return for what they want. “When Renée Zellweger in her movie, “Chicago,” used temptation with men to get out of prison and progress in her career as an entertainer, she reemphasized the image of woman who manipulates her surroundings, using her sexual command.” (Nino) To continue, countless corporations and media platforms view women as manipulative, exploited, downgraded individuals and for generations this view has been preserved by the silence of women. Whilst inequality of the genders fluffs the male ego, females are disparaged to an inferior status. For this, cases of rape and other violent acts towards women has been on the rise due to a male’s inevitable craving for power and the permissible act of objectifying the female gender.
Sexism has changed over the years but sexism has never stopped existing and it still exists today and it is very noticeable from the media, press, work, life styles and in society. This paper argues that sexism should not be acceptable in society because it causes miscommunication against men and women, promotes gender bias, and has negative impacts on people and the