In today’s world, humans are constantly blinded by negative socialization. As a society humans are becoming weaker and much more deceptive to words, many of which can be seen throughout social media. Humans are constantly being deceived by the media in very different ways, many of which we later regret. Social media has become one of the major causes of shaping one’s life. Many disregard the degradation of women in social media and the music industry. In a well-known documentary The Bro Code produced by Thomas Keith, shows many good examples of how males are constantly being taught how to categorize women as “toys”. Just by watching his documentary I have learned quite a lot about our dysfunctional society. Since the beginning of history, sexism has always been a prominent barrier between sexes. The notion that women are not on the same level as men has always been in existence. In the documentary there were many thing’s which I learned. I learned that women are constantly being degraded in the music industry, which is a very big industry today. Many young people are constantly listening to music which promote violence and degradation. As seen in the documentary the music industry stimulates young men to believe that women are only used for sexual enjoyment. The music industry may be one of the biggest causes of degrading of women; however, it is not the only thing that stimulates young men. Almost everywhere we look, we see something that looks sexually appealing to men, such as advertisements on television, magazines, the news, and billboards. In today’s world men never view women as equals. Rather women are objects to use sexually. The “bro code” teaches young men to become more masculine in the sense of becoming a womanize...
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...time because it is only getting worse. There have been numerous rape victims in the past years and many of which will never be heard of because most are behind closed doors. Although, the documentary was very inspirational. I was very shocked about how society is very discriminatory to this day when it comes to race, ethnicity, sex, and gender. I would definitely recommend others to watch Keith’s documentary because it clearly explained how today, society is still corrupt. I believe there must be a solution or society will be stuck in a revolutionary cycle of discrimination. At this rate the human race will slowly decay over time, because this will soon cause many future conflicts. Thomas Keith could have not emphasized the bro code any further because it is all self-explanatory. As a society there must be a halt of discrimination of race, ethnicity, sex, and gender.
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