Misogynoir: The Stereotypes Of Black Women

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Misogynoir is so prevalent in many cultures, even the seeming universal ones such as pop culture and entertainment. In our entertainment and media it is presented through stereotypes. Black people have been the butt of the joke, their character’s sole being was based off a cliche scripted standard, never diving into the multifacet people they are capable of being. They are categorized into tiring tropes that are hurtful and insensitive.
Black women specifically are judged by their unwavering strength and endurance through their pain and anger, we see these as the stereotypical “strong/independent black woman.” This stereotype is in every movie, like Tyler Perry’s like Diary of a Mad Black Woman, I Can Do Bad All by Myself, Why Did I Get Married

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