Some people believe that girls and boys should play on the same sports team. In my opinion I don’t believe that is a good idea. Guys tend to be more competitive than girls. Boys are naturally stronger than girls and can hurt them while playing. And because having a member of the opposite sex would distract players and doesn't allow them to reach their full potential.
Women are set such a high standards when it comes to society’s expectations because “average” just doesn’t cut it. Most women these days are expected to look, dress and act a certain way that they normally wouldn’t intend on doing. Women feel pressured on trying to dress more feminine, as they feel, based on society’s expectations, that this is the only way men will feel more sexually attracted to them. Also another reason is that most women also try competing against other women just too simply get more attention. Partially in saying that, women mostly feel the need to make themselves look good because they themselves see them only being attracted to the good looking guys and the only way they think of trying to do this, is by using their looks as a part of attracting the opposite gender.
Curley’s wife is portrayed as being a whore – but this is only due to the way she dresses, her provocative ways and the way she acts around men, as if she is aware of her femininity. This could suggest that she is only like this because she is bored, like it is something to do – something interesting for a change. She is constantly trying to get people to notice her. But, because of Lennie’s purity and innocence, he doesn’t see her in the way other men do – a sexual object. When Steinbeck quotes “And because she had confided in him, she moved closer to Lennie and sat beside him”, it is clear to the audience that Curley’s Wife is using her sexuality as an object to create some sort of excitement for herself.
Miss Saunders also gets made fun of because of the big blotch she has on her face which is her birth mark. Miss Saunders realizes Maleeka is a smart and talented student and encourages Maleeka to work hard. Then, a boy starts liking Maleeka, Caleb. But then he stops talking to her because everyone is making fun of them. Not only does she try to impress everyone with her appearance but she also goes along with Char, and gets in trouble because she has no ability to say no and walk away.
I agree with Sheets-Johnstone’s claim that “women inspire male sexual desire simply by existing.” In the twenty first centuries, targeting western culture, women are constantly examined by men based alone on their outward appearance. A woman can be reduced to only to certain body parts such as the genitalia. This is because a woman’s appearance alone can cause a male to become aroused which naturally leads to this kind of degradation. The woman as a whole is basically forgotten. Because it is common for men to behave in this manner, it is almost routine for a woman to be appeasing to a man for approval.
If she found out that any of the patients like something she would make sure it was removed, and if they hate it, she would have more of it. An example would be when she leaves the music on and they want it to be off. When the doctor helps McMurphy by letting him, and the younger patients have the tub room, Nurse Ratched is extremely furious because she tries to stop it from happening. Every time something went wrong she would gladly take away their privileges, and did not care how they felt. “... Well, today’s Friday and I thought I might just bring it up again, just to see if anybody else has picked up a little guts.
The problem would have never occurred if Kinsey was educated on sex as a teenager. This also impacted his work because couples would ask him for advice and he wasn’t sure of his answers. He felt like he had to do more research in order to give advice. Alfred’s theory, “everyone is different and yet everyone wants and tries to be the same,” I think means people are all different sexually. For example, some people can have orgasms quickly, as others take longer.
At point, during the chapter she gets very jealous of Gatsby which shows that she has some feelings towards him. Since, she seems very scared about him finding someone else who is younger and much prettier than her and will take over his heart and he will give her everything he can. And she won’t be the one that is really wanted by him, and he will stop trying to impress her. She doesn’t want to have the attention taken off her, since she seems to really enjoy it. Gatsby really exaggerated Daisy’s appearance and characteristics, seems like a fantasy but she does seem to get him ‘glowing’ and really happy so, to some extent she lives up to his
Bad conformity can be found everywhere, especially in the media. TV shows and Advertisements depict people being perfect and beautiful looking when it’s mostly airbrushing that makes them look that way. The Youth then begin to think that’s what people should look like and they want to look like that. Knowing that they can’t look like the models in the Advertisement, the youth sometimes become depressed. The belief that Physical beauty is more important than intelligence is a very common habit throughout the world, especially in schools and as a result, people may often conform to accept values of appearances rather than focusing on the values of a persons gifts and talents.
Clothing is one of the first things people notice when they see you and people may judge you based on your clothing choices. When women chose to wear very tight, revealing clothing it can often send the message that they are easy and that they may not have very high standards when it comes to men. People decked out in expensive, designer brands and lots of jewelry could send the message that they have lots of money and are high maintenance. I like to wear clothes that are cute and stylish to me and also a little different from what everyone else is wearing. I wouldn't say that I have a distinct style, just wear things that I like.