Blow Job Queen Essay

Here’s a Google Doc’s of this discussion post in case anybody wants to read it in an easier, readable format. I attached it as a downloadable file to this thread as well. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VOExPc9uO7Dw_H_fCx-Ob6kaJhBEB-f_o12j0B7arJQ/edit?usp=sharing First off, nice thesis, Lewinsky. “How does it feel to be America’s premier blow-job queen?” Shame and Survival could be the most bias “professional” writing I’ve read recently. When I first saw the title and the introduction of the writing, I thought to myself, “Wow, this is cool!” With the presidential madness going on, reading this article is the perfect time as it relates to our current presidential debacle. However, after reading, my expectation of the whole thing was ended …show more content…
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She states that the event of what happened between Bill Clinton and herself is deeply regrettable. The cause of humiliation to herself could also be called as constant harassment. She was branded, name-called, and was defined as a sexual object by the media. She argues that she’s a woman and she’s a real human being that made a mistake like any other people would. She wants to help the people who have been shamed on the internet and not let them go through the same shameful process she has been.
At her age of 40-years (at the time when she published this writing), here’s a notable exit quote from her, “No longer. It’s time to burn the beret and bury the blue dress. And move forward.” Move forward indeed, Monica
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She decides to open up to the public and share her little story? Why, though? What would push Monica Lewinsky into creating a piece of writing and giving it to Vanity Fair? Oh, right, how silly of me. Her writing basically talked about it, her fight for online harassment. Well, did she talk about it? Barely. She mentions the heated issue she had with Hillary Clinton and the attack on feminism and politics, but gave no solid answer to fight against online bullying. Well, I did the due diligence of researching and found that her ways of combat against cyber bullying is… an emoji app (Vanity Fair). And yes, the article on the website I found it from was Vanity Fair, which was published a few months ago. I see dollar signs floating the air here…
Okay, I’m going to end my discussion here. I’m sorry for the rudeness of my writing. Her writing for the Vanity Fair was just awful to me as she makes herself all too innocent in the writing. The extreme gloating of herself for the burden of handling fame and the cry of being outcasted on a daily basis just didn’t roll with me. She brought the fame upon herself by publicizing herself in the beginning and taking advantage of the

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