Essay On Sexualization Of Women

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Media is one of the biggest influences we have in society today and their constant mistreatment of women is one of the biggest issues of today. Media defined by Webster’s dictionary as “the main means of mass communication (especially television, music, radio, newspapers, and the Internet) regarded collectively”. The media is the largest method that for people to receive information about the outside world and the constant barding and discrimination only becomes obvious once people step outside their comfort zone and are willing to ask hard questions that need to be answered we can move forward in creating a better nation not just for woman but for all people.
The way women are shown on television does not come just from the advertisement or the actual screen time that a women has even though those are still heavily favoring of the men epically in the news industry where women are on the broadcast news 32% if the time while men are the other 67%. This difference also helps create an unfair look on issues. Take for example the constant sexualization of women in
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But music of today is filled with terrible things against woman; The biggest perptatrois of this is hip hop music. Hip Hop music is known for vulgar language and over sexualization of women. Many music videos have woman there just to be half naked and sexual objects for the man. They call woman hoes and sluts and say stuff that really does make woman feel terrible. But that’s only the start the seism goes beyond the constant name-calling and the terrible videos. Hip Hop is known for turning woman into actual objects the main saying being “Weed, money, and Hoes” . In Mhlearnings article by Brandon albert we see a good illustration of what women mean in hip hop In the rap world, “women represent success, and they are treated almost as accessories: a means for rappers to prove that they have made it to the

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