The story is fairly objective; the narration is really where the audience gets to learn about the impact of slut shaming. The main character is a teenage girl named Olive Penderghast. She lies to her best friend about losing her virginity; the whole school gets word of this and she suddenly becomes very popular. She then lies about having sex with her friend Brandon so he will stop being bullied for being gay. Brandon’s friends then bribe Olive with gift cards so that she will say she has had sex with them too.
b) Janie Grace Vivian- She is a wild, imaginative, and party-goer best friend of Micah whom she loved more than anything. After something happened, she was bullied because of fake stories made by her boyfriend. c) Dewey- Micah’s one and only male friend. Their friendship is not as close as Micah-Janie friendship but close enough for them to share personal information and even wrestle each other. d) Ander Cameron- A regionals representative of Waldo in wrestling.
Girls creates unwarranted charges from nothing and ironically everyone believes and while they watch others hanging to death, they cheered as we see in the movie. By using lots of wide angles, weather change and the change of hue on the scream, the atmosphere of scenes changed dramatically with story going on like the dark tone used at the beginning of the movie when girls were dancing, the color used is really in accordance with the mood. So movie can brings stronger effect to the audiences and people’s intolerance and ignorance shows extremely clear. In a theocratic society which moral laws and the state laws are one and the same. Sin and the status of an individual’s soul are matters of public concern not solid evidences.
However, both characters still explore ways to find pleasure, establishing the idea that direct sexual intercourse is not the only source in which to obtain pleasure. It first begins when “a combination of horror and desire subsequently impelled [Saeed] back each evening… and they would touch
If you’ve seen the movie “Mean Girls”, you know that the story revolves around a group of girls that are considered the “elite popular group”. These girls see themselves as better than others and if crossed seek to destroy the person who dared to interfere with their life. While today's celebrities may take turns holding this status, there are always a select group of celebrities that stand out as the top “mean girls”. You likely won’t be surprised to find out that Taylor Swift remains a top contender for "mean girl" status. It’s fair to say that Taylor Swift is all about Taylor Swift even on her childhood best friend’s wedding day.
This movie shows stereotypical blonde girls, through the eyes of Elle, and this is unhealthy since people in reality also assume these characteristics to be true of every blonde girl they see. People fail to see individuality because of these stereotypes. After all, no matter what happens, people will always assume blonde girl to be dumb. Another example of stereotypes perpetuated through the movie is how the men in the movie “Legally Blonde” are portrayed as stereotypical males. In fact, there is one scene in the movie where the admission counselors of Harvard, accept Elle through her video application mostly because of her looks.
Female sex offenders are assessed with an aim of establishing the future likelihood of re-occurrence of such sexual offensive behavior and to establish mechanisms that can be used to decrease the risk and rate of recidivism. They exhibit a higher level of vulnerability connected to these sexual offensive behaviors. An extensive victimization history and social and psychological alienation are issues that are common among most sexual offenders. Static risk factors associated with female sexual offenders include history of criminal offenses, child abuse offenses, drug arrest and prior sexual offense arrest. Dynamic risk factors include substance abuse, problematic relationships, wanting revenge, desire to be intimate with a victim and using of sex as a tool for regulating emotional state.
The most important obstacle that affected his journey back home to Ithaca was seduction. Circe, the Sirens, and Calypso were the main seductresses and causes of temptation. Seduction is the act of being sexually tempted. Seduction is to persuade somebody away from their job, or journey in this case. Seduction appeals the other person and tempts them to want more of it.
Mean Girls is your classic high school drama movie. Its about how the new girl at school named Cady Heron joins the popular group called “The Plastics” to sabotage them. Cady becomes friends with a gay guy and his best friend, which they then convince her to join “The Plastics” to ruin their reputation at school. The high school is filled with many tight knit cliques that consume the whole school which they try to get rid of. The plot of the movie involves many things that a feminist might find offensive In Mean Girls, the whole cast is made up of mostly women with only three main men having important role and one of those men is gay.
Words such as “slut” and “whore” are thrown around in the movie as insults towards girls in the Burn Book (Michaels & Waters, 2004). As for sexualization in the media, it shows the shockingly young age at which girls in today’s society are being exposed to this. For example, Regina’s little sister, who looks like she is in elementary school at most, is copying a dance from a censored music video featuring the song Milkshake by Kelis. The specific lyrics featured in the movie are “my milkshake brings all the boys to the yard/damn right, they’re better than yours”. The milkshake stands for a woman’s sex appeal.
Lunsford, she discusses the fact that over the years writing has changed dramatically. There is the idea of “new literacies” which are “more participatory, collaborative, and distributed” (Lunsford 49). Literacy is no longer just about the author; rather there are many different aspects about society as a whole go into literacy today. Millennials are being seen as having a “cyberspatial-postindustrial- mindset” (Lunsford 49). This mindset is defined as having a “focus on collectives as the unit of production, competence, intelligence” (Lunsford 49).
The word stress came from England in the fourteenth century according to Merriam-Webster, but was originally formed from the word strictus in Latin. The term was originally used to explain afflictions and calamity, only later in the sixteenth century was it used to exaggerate words or phrases. It took time to develop stress, but currently the expression is used daily in multiple ways. The kind of stress that causes people to improve themselves or make better decisions is known as eustress. Good forms of stress can come from situations as buying a new home.
What are the similarities and differences between this play and others we have read so far? Be sure to use specific examples and mention details from the other plays we have discussed. - The color wants an abortion but it is different from Maggie because she was fighting the whole play to get a baby. - It has similarities with Passion Play because Mary 1 was a playing a virgin but she was going out to get gays to sleep with her. Then in the play the girl in yellow in the play, “it was graduation nite &I was the only virgin in crowd bobby mills martin jerome & sammy yates eddie jones & randi all cousins all the prettiest niggers in the factory town carried me out wit em.”(7) She reminders me of Mary 1 because she say she’s a virgin and is taking on that role but she acts like a hoe.