They also wouldn’t approve of obesity. It showed you were self conceited. But Angie overcomes being fat and she loses weight. As everyone made fun of her she got self conscious and wanted to lose weight. Lasty, theres some swearing and calling names.
Recently, the video ‘Dear Fat People’ by Nicole Arbour has caused a load of controversy and for good reason too. The message of the video triggers people who are self-conscious of their weight. At one point, she even encourages people to stop eating, claiming that the answer to losing weight is that simple. Any impressable person could take that cold-hearted statement seriously. Arbour uses overweight people as the butt of jokes, and she overtly shames them.
As proof she practiced against her brother who also won the marble competition and her neighbor. In the story her neighbor Alfonso said “Man, she’s bad! She can beat the other girls for sure. I think.” When Alfonso said that to Lupe it shows that she has been practicing because in the beginning of the story Lupe said she would never be good at and sports which means she has been very working hard. What’s more Lupe did 20 push-ups on her fingertips.
He learns that he has to fight Chris Byers. Chris is a low weight girl, who is one of the best in the state… Both of them decide not to actually fight, Petey thinks it is wrong to fight a girl and Chris tells him about the pain and hardship she goes through being a girl wrestler and how it is not “lady like”. They make a plan to fake fight kind of like WWE. Petey, (wrestling for Coho High School) costs them the match. At the end, the two become friends.
Stereotype is the significant factor that is a barrier for women going into the wrestling profession. The society diminishes the women’s confident by constantly doubting them. Many well know women wrestlers had been through this such as Ronda Rousey and Lisa Whitsett. Today, we know Rousey as an undefeatable wrestler, but before her fame she was a troubled child who had lost her father at a young age and was homeless while working as a bartender in downtown Los Angles. She had eventually joined Glendale Fighting Club to begin her career as a wrestler where she no boys had talked to her because she didn’t belong there.
This shows that they fought constantly and made the two scared that their parents would only get more mad. They felt they would only hurt more people by saying they were married. Act 2 scene 2 line 70 “If they see you they’ll murder you”. This shows that they were so scared that they fought so much so they kept it a secret so the other would not be killed. This shows they unleashed their demise because their parents inspired this fear.
She trains endlessly even days after matches. Ronda Rousey once said she would go broke just to make sure she was prepared for a fight. During training she focus on many techniques. She believes that it is important to train harder than her competitor during that camp. Rousey trains twice day and use the dolce diet.
Most dancers keep it simple with Instagram. Vlogging, as Joy has done over the years, is extremely time consuming and will ultimately clash with the time needed to be a top dancer, let alone the restrictions against videoing company classes and activities. As we all know, she has also been extremely unwise in some of her comments. In my view, she made a huge, life-changing blunder by going to the press instead of sorting things out with the Bolshoi. She has owned up to burning her bridges there and says she is at peace with it now, but it must at some level grate on her every day.
The media portrays these unrealistic standards to men and women of how women should look, which suggests that their natural face is not good enough. Unrealistic standards for beauty created by the media is detrimental to girls’ self-esteem because it makes women feel constant external pressure to achieve the “ideal look”, which indicates that their natural appearance is inadequate. There has been an increasing number of women that are dissatisfied with themselves due to constant external pressure to look perfect. YWCA’s “Beauty at Any Cost” discusses this in their article saying that, “The pressure to achieve unrealistic physical beauty is an undercurrent in the lives of virtually all women in the United States, and its steady drumbeat is wreaking havoc on women in ways that far exceed the bounds of their physical selves” (YWCA). Being surrounded by society’s definitions of beauty has definitely taken a toll on American women’s confidence.
The years after the ratification was arduous for women. Many women preferred the traditional roles because it was all they had known. Not to mention, the Great Depression forced many to transition back into housewives. Also, headstrong men were intimidated by the challenge of dominance; therefore, resulting in prejudice. All of this to say, the struggles these women endeavored made it possible for the women in modern society to be regarded as sagacious and independent.