Summary Of From Fly Girls To Bitches And Hoes By Joan Morgan

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In the Article “From Fly-Girls to Bitches and Hoes” by Joan Morgan analyses the standpoint of an African American feminist woman under pressure in the world of sexism and hip-hop. This passage Witten in 1999 as part of the collection of essays “When Chicken heads come Home to Roost…My Life as Hip-Hop feminist. Morgan explains the origin of the sexism and the meaning of the words of hip-hop. Morgan suggests that we need to appear dipper to understand why Misogyny happens. Morgan’s obligation to write this article is to change the center of attention of rap criticism and look deeper in to it. The intended audience is for man and women in young age. His intension is to notify us what causes all of the dysfunction and hate actions between man and …show more content…

According to Susan, nowadays, people often view a woman as a mixture of both inside and outside beauty. However, people are still surprised by woman “who is beautiful is also intelligent, endowed, and good”. The idea of good looks as a central is derived from Christianity’s point of view. The word “beauty” is often represented as woman’s feminine side, just like “handsome” is often a demonstration of man’s masculine and good look. Even though, “beauty” could be used for everyone, but people be likely to refer to woman as a symbol of their feminine. In the essay, Susan points out how woman is often preoccupied about the ideal of beauty. Therefore, woman often obsesses about how “beauty” are each parts of their body. On the other hand, the ideal of handsome for man could be imperfect like “blemish”. In conclusion, Susan proposes a proposition in order to save woman from …show more content…

Beauty can be defined in different ways: Beauty describes how anything in perspective like a face, an object, an action is adorable or pleasant. Beauty also refers to the person’s character, personality, or intellect. This topic of beauty affects all because in today’s culture, society judges appearances independently and seems to completely ignore what is portrayed inside of the person. In the essay, “A Woman’s Beauty: Put Down or Power Source?” Susan Sontag explains that for women, beauty is an occupation that they have to keep to maintain their financial situation. She also mentions how women are seen by different parts of the body. I agree with Susan Sontag that women are encouraged to seek the power of beauty to seduce

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