Dear Young Ladies Who Love Chris Brown So Much They Would Let Him Beat Me Analysis

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Women stay in abusive relationships because they think they are in a loving relationship. In the essay “Dear Young Ladies Who Love Chris Brown So Much They Would Let Him Beat Them,” written by Roxane Gay, she talks about how women get easily impressed by young men with charm. Women are willing to sacrifice their identity because they fall in love with an abusive life partner. They are unable to escape from abuse because they have given all authority to someone else. Therefore, American culture has failed to treat women fairly time and time again, especially when it comes to the court system. It appears that when men have a position of power, they suffer fewer consequences then the abusers. This has been seen in the cases of Chris Brown and Charlie Sheen who committed the crime of domestic abuse multiple times and got away with it. Also, their questionable behavior has been ignored because of their talents and money. Every time men disrespect women society tells women to accept this behavior because culture thinks it is normal. This essay reflects in the song “Love Is Blind,” performed by Eve. She tells the story of her best friend who is in an abusive relationship. Eve’s friend does not want to escape from the relationship because she is in love with him. She accepts his bad behavior which …show more content…
They need to take an action and not let anyone take control over them. The lyrics, “How would you feel if she held you down and rape you/ Tried and tried, but she never could escape you” explains how Eve use the pathos in the order to deliver her message across trough her lyrics. She trying to tell the abuser if women did the same abuse to them how would they feel. Talking about how being raped effect the listener being up the images of uncomfortable and devastating situations (Eve,

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