Hidden Message Never Been Kissed is a movie about a women, Josie Geller, who is smart but socially awkward. In high school she was the typical loser but she went on to be a copy editor for the Chicago Sun-Times. The editor-in-chief assigns her to report undercover at a high school to help parents become more aware of their children's lives. This sends the main character Josie back to high school, the place she hated most where she becomes the same unpopular girl she was in high school. Josie fights though the movie to be clear of her loser label and make it in with the cool crowd.
Throughout the entire story, the black Girl Scout troop wants to physically confront the white Girl Scout troop over a racial slur that they weren’t even sure was said. The dramatic irony in this is that the reader is aware that the racial slur was never actually used; yet the characters within the story falsely believe that it has. “Brownies” critiques racial chauvinism through the use of dramatic irony. ZZ Packer uses this technique throughout the story and it is immensely effective. ZZ Packer displays the black Girl Scout troops hidden racial hatred for white people through ironic humor.
Eddie felt humiliated about where she was raised, she didn't want to be associated with the "scandals" that belonged to the shacks north of the creek. She believed that, since she grew up in the shacks, she was worth less than the next person. Edith was embarrassed by her drunken father, even though none of his actions were ever her fault. Her mother, a "hallelujah-shouting fool" who preached, but never actually went to church, was also a huge contributor to the way Eddie felt. With people tormenting her about her cousins who were teen moms, or her father who made a fool of his drunken self in public, the poor girl felt like nothing more than dirt, and she wanted to be thought of as flawless and beautiful.
She is driven to insanity, as she believes she has magically got blue eyes. Her insanity takes her on a lonely road of climbing through trashcans and talking to herself. However, she feels beautiful with her eyes. Those eyes make her feel significant in a world where she is considered insignificant based on the color of her dark skin. Four main U.S. Supreme Court cases set the parameters of the First Amendment in public schools.
Luckily, two social outcasts, Janice and Damien, showed her around and warned her of all the other social cliques in the school. It is not long until the most popular girl group in the school, the “Plastics”, noticed Cady and invited her to join their group. Turning to her new friends Janice and Damien, Cady is convinced to pretend to be the Plastics’ friend in a plan to overthrow the leader of the group, Regina, and take away the group’s power over the school. Gaining instant popularity, Cady soon found herself sucked into the mean girl lifestyle and wanting to sabotage Regina for her own personal gain. It was not until Cady has
Wendy Anderson and Wendy Thomas aka The Wendys – Petula's two best friends, cheerleaders who share the same first name and brain and do everything together. Dead Ed class – A group of dead teenagers who become Charlotte's new classmates: Prue or Prudence Shelly – The leader of the dead teenagers. She wants to move on, and thinks Charlotte is shallow and selfish for not helping her classmates. She also belittles Charlotte's obsession with popularity, as she was murdered by a popular boy on the way to a school dance. Piccolo Pam – A friendly ghost who introduces Charlotte to Dead Ed.
The youth described above is six-year-old Jean Louise “Scout” Finch. In the powerful novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, Scout is like most children: loud, playful, and energetic. She can be rude, demanding, and rowdy, which causes a problem for some around her. Scout is naïve at this stage in her life, and has much to learn about society, etiquette, and most of all, morals. In her small town full of gossip, lies, racism, and more, will Scout be able to blossom into a mature, wholesome, young woman?
Also, growing up in a world where a tiny bit of prosperity can make a person go crazy has made Iago very selfish and cares about no one but himself. For example, his loving wife who serves him well, and who has contributed in the most important part of his plan, is killed by him because he does not want his plot to leak out. The opinions he expresses shows he think women are trash, and are nothing but “slaves”. Humans don’t usually think this way unless they grew up in a place where woman are only competitions who might steal their food, money, or even life. There women have to be eliminated
These girls talked about being teased continuously, as well as not having many friends because of their apparent hideousness. One girl even talked about dropping out of school because she was teased so much. After doing a review of each of the girl’s lives before, the producers unfolded each of them to bouncing techno music and little clothing. These attractive women were much improved than there childhood pictures behind them. The producers then would bring out the boy who seemed like he was still going to be right, but then, all of a sudden, out comes an attractive young woman and loud techno music.
She will stand up to anyone and anything, warrior-women Ugly Girl, as she puts it. She ends up dropping off the basketball team after not doing well in a game which also tells us that she is afraid of getting humiliated and be a laugh to others, but that is not her major problem. Her major problem is that she also overheard what Matt says and she is the one to convince the principal that Matt should be forgiven and allowed to return to school. What she does not count on is that she begins to actually be attracted to Matt, and for a girl who is been operating independently of what other people want and think, it is sort of a hard thing to deal