Analysis Of Ariel Levy

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Let me start by saying that when I first read this article I thought that Ariel Levy was crazy. Her point of view was completely opposite from mine. The way she expressed of everything females have accomplished in the past 80 years was wrong comparing it to my ideas. I didn’t like the way she refer to female’s has chauvinist pigs; women who have objectified other women and themselves. But after doing some research of my own and comparing it to my own life experiences, I started to see her point of view. Everything she stated on the documentary was somewhat true. Female movement was meant to empower and liberate women no to promote sexuality. Even after almost a decade of the civil rights movement we still seem to have some unresolved problems, …show more content…
We started to sexually objectify our self and other women believing that this is a form of empowerment and liberation. Even though we are free to dress and act the way we want, we choose to dress in a way where we would please men by exposing our self more and more. We are women trying to fit in a society that uses to be rule by men power. According to Ariel Levy “women are promoting chauvinism by behaving in sexually compromising ways, in an account that evaluates how women may be contributing to misogynistic and stereotyped belief systems.” Over the past 80 years we have revolutionize our culture, in a way that the way you dress determines the value that you have. Where flashing our `boobs to cameras from show like “Girls Gone Wild” is something absolutely normal. Where movie stars and female celebrities dress like stripers when they are supposed to promote female domination and …show more content…
Flashing the boobs and getting naked in front of the camera from shows like “Girls Gone Wild”. Is a way for this youth female to infuriate their parents and showing them that they are nothing like them they are more powerful and liberated. In the documentary Levy interview several females that admit that they did several sex scenes for the show just because they know that their parent will eventually see it. Shows like Girls Gone Wild, Dreamgirlz, The Girls Next Door and others who made millions by filming nude females voluntarily meaning that this girls weren’t making a penny off of it. Have help in a major part to the contribution of American people acceptance to this new cultural phenomenon, making it a daily day life were now we see it has normal. The way we dress, the slogans we go by and all the way up to the places where we eat, like popular restaurants lines like

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