Sex Symbols: Marilyn Monroe

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Marilyn Monroe was an unmaterialistic actress, model, singer, and survivor. She was famous for her “blonde bombshell” roles, she also became one of the most popular sex symbols around the 1950’s. One person said, “She went by many names. On her birth certificate she is Norma Jeane Mortenson; she was baptised Norma Jeane Baker; she modelled under the names Jean Norman and Mona Monroe; her initial idea for a screen name was Jean Adair; she signed into hotels as Zelda Zonk and into a psychiatric clinic as Faye Miller. She only legally changed her name to Marilyn Monroe in March 1956, when she was already a star.” While she was alive she impacted the world’s perspective on a lot of things. Marilyn Monroe was a very good person. She said a lot of good traits about herself. For one, she loved animals and she would do anything to help them.…show more content…
She was a monumental symbol for a very important topic around the 1950's. Sex. Most of her pictures looked sexual, in a way. She didn’t care if it looked sexual or not, she was just having fun while doing the thing she loved doing most. She wanted to get the message across that “The body is meant to be seen, not all covered up,” and “Sex is part of nature. I go along with nature.” Sooner or later people started to get the hint, they started accepting it as for what is was. It might not have been liked she hoped, but it got better as time went by.
Nextly, Norma Jeane a.k.a Marilyn Monroe, she was all about her career. If she didn’t like something or thought she was being treated unfairly, she was going to say something and voice her opinion. For example, when she was doing the film” Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” they didn’t give her a dressing room, so she spoke up because she wasn’t going to get walked over. She might be a nice and friendly person outside her job, but when you come between that and her, she was going to let it be known that she don’t play with any foolishness. She took her job very

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