The life of the typical student at Rancho Mirage High School is characterized by race, social status, and looks. At Rancho Mirage High School common stereotypes consist of the cheerleaders.They are targeted by most people due to jealousy and most movies stereotyping the cheerleaders as stupid gossiping little bitches. A matter of fact most of the cheerleaders here at RMHS are the sweetest girls I’ve met. RMHS is subjected to any kind of stereotyping. When people think about RMHS they think stubborn rich white kids infact it’s the exact opposite RMHS is very multi racial
Social cliques are made up of a group of people all becoming friends. In her essay, “Queen Bee and Her Court,” Rosalind Wiseman states “cliques are sophisticated, complex, and multilayered, and every girl has a role within them.” In high school, everyone struggles to be themselves and find their place; therefore; some comply with being in a social clique and follow the path of others. Moreover, every high schooler has dealt with peer pressure within their cliques. Peer pressure is the influence from members of ones peer group. Although many people believe peer pressure is always negative, that is not the case.
Title IX has created many opportunities for girls and young women today since it began 40 years ago. Although Title IX is best known for sports and athletics, is about much more! It also opens the gate for girls to pursue math and science, requires fair treatment for pregnant and parenting students, and protects students for sexual harassment. Over the years title IX has helped females in sports; sadly, there are still educational barriers and discrimination of gender in schools off of the playing field. Despite Title IX 's prohibition against sex discrimination, there are schools across the country that still show signs of discrimination
Chiara grew up with a strong and healthy relationship with her parents, but she did not always obey them and would occasionally have fights with them. Chiara grew up as a happy and healthy child. While Chiara was a kind student, she struggled in school and even failed her first year of high school. She was often teased in school for her strong beliefs and was given the nickname "Sister". However she made a lot of good friends, often going out wit them.
To this day people still stereotype females. In the video (Like A Girl) by Always, several people are asked to run, fight and throw like a girl and all several people displayed what a stereotypical girl will run, fight and throw like with no hesitation. Today, most people stereotype girls because they don’t have the same expectations from a girl as they would with a boy. This shows that sexism wasn’t so different back then as it is
Is it worth risking everything in order to be happy? In the novel Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, an African American woman named Janie makes many challenging decisions in order to be happy. This novel takes place in the 1920’s which creates many obstacles that Janie must overcome in order to achieve happiness. There are many stereotypes and inequalities during this time that make life extremely difficult for Janie. Although Janie allows others to mistreat her at points throughout the novel, she is overall an excellent role model for young readers because she overcomes several stereotypes of African American females during this time period, and she makes many difficult decisions based solely on her own happiness.
It all started with Abby Rose, the most popular girl at school. abby Rose is like that one girl at all schools who think she 's better than everyone else! Of course she had her little group of friends who never left her side but she was the one who everyone wanted to be like. I even looked up to her until one day when she approached me, I should 've known she was trouble . no I am definitely not as popular or crate as everyone thinks Abby is and I would never think I was good enough for her to talk to.
Well that is how two girls are in two different stories. Those things explain their life. Olivia, from the book Wonder written by RJ Palacio, and Squeaky, from the short story “Raymond’s Run” written by Toni Cade Bambara, are tough girls. Olivia and Squeaky are tough girls because they are fiercely protective of their brothers, they don’t have a typical life but handle it with grace anyways, and they don’t know how to be a friend so they don’t have many. The first way that Olivia and Squeaky are similar is they
Cheerleading is very fun and entertaining sport that can also be doubled as a very dangerous sport almost as more dangerous than football. Most people think of cheerleaders as being the girls who cheer on the sidelines at football or basketball teams, but it’s a lot more than just cheering at a football game. No one sees the behind the scenes actions of cheerleading, no one sees how hard we practice on a everyday basis. But in these long, hard working practices, there are injuries, some minor and some major. Cheerleading as evolved into a athletic and high skilled sport but the higher the skills reach, the bigger chance of getting injured.
Everyone thinks that i 'm just a bitch but that 's not true i 'm actually really nice if you get to know me. People think i 'm going to yell at the if they get too close to me but he isn 't the case. I have a best friend but she 's more of the bossy type and my not a big fan of that. Ever since the last year of middle school i 've been the popular girl. When I was in elementary I was bullied.
Unfortunately, girls even at a young age, are starting to realize that, “like a girl” sounds like an insult. When asked if the phrase “like a girl”, sounded like a good thing, the young girl explained, “I don’t really know if it’s a bad thing or a good thing. It sounds like a bad thing. It sounds like your trying to humiliate someone…it shows you’re not as good as them” (Like a Girl). As girls are trying to figure themselves out, they are vulnerable to constant phrases and stereotypes that drop their confidence levels even before they begin to obtain them (Like a