The Elastic Heart In The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

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It was in 2014 that songwriter and singer Sia Furler had been acclaimed for writing the song “Elastic Heart” for the blockbuster movie Hunger Games: Catching Fire. The music video features the young, talented Maddie Ziegler dancing with Shia LaBeouf in a beautiful performance that depicts the internal struggle of the free spirited child and the restrained adult. However, within moments the viewers and the audience began to lose sight of the artwork and began to exclaim in horror of the so called “suggestiveness” that the performance held between the 29 year old man and the 13 year old girl. So more often than not that this happens in the media; when innocent child 's play is suddenly seen as inappropriate, suggestive, and sexual. This presence …show more content…
About Sia’s video, only a small proportion of individual comments were stating in its suggestiveness while others commented in response to those individuals. In the end, however, there 's no other fact than the matter that people honestly look at such performance to witness any sort of sexual activity. Catcalling is also a present issue. in times like this women firmly state that catcalling can be a traumatic experience, especially when that said catcalling to directed towards a young girl barely aged past her childhood years. Little girls are getting confused in the streets. This is problematic since girls are noticed by a younger age. Girls as young as ten are looked at sexually, presenting the abnormal culture that 's been appropriated. Although catcalling is an issue for most ages amongst women, there 's no reason for that to start any earlier or uncomfortably. This confusion of age is caused by multiple of factors, but the idea still stands that society has generated a generation of girls fated to be misjudged with the wrong age. This incoherence of age can lead any ordinary man to gaze or lust for what he presumes to be a young woman versus the actual fourteen year old. This creepy behavior was a multiple of questions; should girls dress their age or should men stop staring anybody’s chest? The answer is clear, girls should wear whatever and not be sexualize over …show more content…
It is only now America has relieved that it 's youth is being overblown with inappropriate suggestions. They can 't walk the streets without the fear of judgement of their clothing or the catcalling of strangers. These innocent children are being seen under what is considered to be adult matters. Who is to take blame for this? The media can change, but it 's primary source must come from the voices and output of the population. Parents express their concerns over their child, and whatever point of view this issue is on has yet shown promise over any resolve. The children themselves will acknowledge this, and in response be mortified of being suggestive. It is within the future generations that will turn this situation into something

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