From fly girls to bitches and hoes

This woman felt bad for Morgan that she was twenty-seven and still single. It is impossible for women as a whole to have a concrete stand when others are consistently going back and acting an entirely different way. Women already have it difficult enough to be respected by men all rap music is doing is allowing them to degrade us.

Behind Advertisements Ralish Italian clothing line is advertising their clothing line as seen in the photo, but the question is if they are advertising more than just the clothing line. They are also using it to call each other especially when they do not like the other girl.

Pimps who trade in the flesh of other human beings are despicable. On the news, when they talk about how rap is hurting society I barely ever hear about how it degrades women.

Then she says we should not cooperate with men in allowing them to degrade us. And just like Black men, Black women also find themselves in extremely difficult positions based upon their race in our society.

She begins with background information of current hip hop and rap lyrics, and the language they choose to use. She explains how it can relate to black on black crime and relationships.

If rappers keep discussing women as sex symbols and some of those women that do act like sex symbols. The man is aggressively sliding his hand underneath the women dress. Anyone can see this ad is selling their clothing, but in reality we tend to ignore the harassment shown in the advertisement.

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She also talk about why rappers do this because they do not love themselves and they had hardships that could be a variety of things like they did not have a father in their life when growing up that makes them act this way towards women and even do other things more then just treating women poorly like living the street life like how so many rapper talk about in their songs.

Feminism is something women have been fighting pretty much forever, making small steps towards the ultimate goal of equality as time progresses. Some women do not like being called these names, but some do deserve to be called this.

Post 1 “From Fly-Girls to Bitches and Hos” by Joan Morgan

My confusion in this is that we as women crave the equality and opportunity that men receive, but then put ourselves in positions completely contradicting the previous statement.

Like the gender wage gap, which not only pays us less than Black men but our White women counterparts too. Comments that contain profane or derogatory language, video links or exceed words will require approval by a moderator before appearing in the comment section.

As a women myself I never really think about how rap music is degrading. That is why we protect them and give them leeway, even when their angst over their conditions is often directed at us. She used slang and terminology that seemed specific to the audience she was targeting.

The author seeks to answer critics who identify that she is a feminism activist yet she still associates with the hateful music. This example not only shows her credibility, but it also makes an emotional connection to her audience. She talks about how black-on-black crime is actually becoming worse than crime because of racism.

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Since way before the time when our bodies were being paraded around in human circuses, both our race and our gender has made us vulnerable to sexual exploitation. Anyway rappers seem to be not taking women seriouly as human beings, and have no repect for them. This type of language was used throughout the essay, this suggest to me that she is aiming for a very specific audience.

So obviously some men take what these rappers say seriously. And to be honest some women want the attention so they just let this happen which might cost them their lives one day. While Cube and his cohorts should be noted in history for being one of the first musical acts to shine a much-needed light on the brutality faced by young Black men, we should not forget how this group also threw Black women under the bus in order to empower themselves.

These same lyrics also degrade women on a regular basis, and the music videos do not do any justice to them either. The look on the women face expression she does not seem surprise or in shock of the men aggressiveness.

Anyway rappers seem to be not taking women seriouly as human beings, and have no repect for them.“From Fly Girls to Bitches and Hoes” In the essay “From Fly Girls to Bitches and Hoes” by Joan Morgan a former music writer, and a fan of hip-hop explains how females are targeted by sexism of hip-hop lyrics.

ENG From Fly-Girls Joan Morgan What qualities of hip-hop music and rap artists does Morgan admire or appreciate? What fears does she have for rap’s female fans and for the artists themselves?

From Fly Girls to Bitches and Hoes Joan Morgan has a valid point when its comes to hip-hop/raps interpretation of young women, mainly young black women, and how the lyrics in most rap songs degrade them to little more then sex object.

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Rhetorical Analysis #2 From Fly-Girls to Bitches and Hos Rhetorical Analysis. I read the essay From Fly-Girls to Bitches and Hos by Joan Morgan.

It is about how the pervasive sexism and misogyny in the Lyrics of Hip Hop. The purpose of this essay is to not only address the issue of sexism in Hip Hop, but to understand and analyze it.

The article “Fly-Girls, Bitches and Hoes: Notes of a Hip-Hop Feminist” by Joan Morgan focuses on the issues of sexism and misogyny that are present in the hip-hop music produced in the current times.

In the reading "From Fly-Girls to Bitches and Hos" the author, Joan Morgan, talks about how women are being degraded in rap music. She also talked about how this is hurting the black community because it's not doing anything but .

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