In this story everything is the exact opposite which makes this story so appealing. This story has a lot of conflict, these girls think that they really know racism and believe that they cannot be friends with the other young white females that are also at camp with them. Snot is a little girl who has a lot of things to say but instead of speaking up she purposely just follows along with the crowd. The African American girls resolve to beat up the white girls when they think they over heard them calling them “niggers”. (Packer.par20) "Brownies" is a story about racism as it is experienced by young girls, but it has a twist.
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.
Often times these two cliques do not associate in any form. The popular kid most likely thinks everyone will think they’re lame if they’re caught talking to the band kid. This is a cliché clique rivalry that has gone on since before my great grandmother was in school. Although in most movies the popular group of girls is classified as the “mean girls”, that is not always the case. Sometimes the popular girls are the ones who use their popularity for the good of others.
Are you feeling suicidal again?” The source of the voice invaded my vision with a pouty lip, lime green eyes, unnaturally curly blonde hair and 4 layers of makeup on her face. Juliet Harrison. One of the most popular girls in the school. Well known for her inhumanly large breasts and for fucking everyone on the volleyball, football, and soccer teams. I fucking hate her, but she still finds the need to stalk me and treat me as if I’m 5 years old.
Moreover, she shouted countless cruel names, however, predominantly she used racial slurs such as a white little monster, white garbage and honky. Similar racism due to my skin color befell me through second grade walking home from school. While walking across a bridge over an expressway, African American high school kids would snatch me and a girlfriend of mine. The teenagers unkindly screeched numerous ruthless names relating to our skin color being white. Moreover, the high school teenagers would cruelly rub our heads and comment on our ugly hair being too soft.
There were a few things that were shown of Erma, Rex’s mom. She was also a drunk and a little bit racist. She could never let go of her misery and perhaps that’s why Rex is such a heavy drinker now. The people in Welch were all like Erma, they were racist, like to fight and had something to prove. The kids at school would call Jeannette and her siblings poor and “special” for having accents.
Stereotypical- Karen Smith from Mean Girls Karen Smith is the typical high school blonde. She is the third member of a clique known as "The Plastics". These are a group of girls who dominate high school with their beauty and intimidation. Karen is rarely seen insulting people or belittling others, but despite being the kindest of the group, she is also the slowest, making her an easy target for manipulation. Karen is also portrayed as the prettiest out of the three girls, and very promiscuous.
Caty, the main character, is faced with several difficult situations where she decides to conform with her high school peers getting her in trouble that becomes hard for her to escape. Caty begins the movie with a real genuine friendship with Janis and Damien, two individuals who struggled with popularity because they were considered the “outside” group. However, the popular girls, infamously called the “Plastics” try to recruit Caty into their popular group, but only because she is considered one of the prettier girls in the school. The ring leader, Regina George, of the Plastics is the most popular girl in school who is really hated by alot of peers because of her horrible attitude and how she
The other group is Troop 909 and they are a group of white girls. The whole story has a bunch of racial tension in it which leads up to a huge fight at the bathrooms or so we thought. Another girl in the story named Arnetta is the girl that starts it all by saying the white girls called them names based on the color of their skin and that starts the whole dilemma of the 2 groups. Since the story is told by a girl in the African American group you really don't get another point of view from the girls in Troop 909. You only get a view from the other
The term “magic” is used ironically as “she is also referring to the pain that comes with puberty”(milne) when her classmate says “you have a great big nose and fat legs”. Her classmate represents society (Sigit) and this is further proven when it is stated that “everyone saw a fate nose on thick legs”. Overtime the opinion and conception of one developed into the opinion of many overwhelming the girl driving her to her tragic end. Moreover the girl “ was advised to play coy, exhorted to come on hearty” further overwhelming the girl due to the contradictory nature of the statement. this Contradiction is paralleled when the girl is advised to “ exercise, diet, smile and