... ... middle of paper ... ...e purpose of this paper, we can assume that Batman and Spider-man have never fought each other before this day. Even if they had and Batman had studied his opponent’s weaknesses, Spider-man’s strategy and fighting style is ever changing and adapting. Finally, Batman, with his strength, intelligence, mental instability, and unlimited resources, seems to mirror one of Spider-man’s most infamous super villains, The Green Goblin, who Spider-man destroyed. Although Batman is an amazing super hero, who’s had some awesome movies and video games, made about him, when it comes down to what really matters, Spider-man is the better of the two super heroes. With his admirable character, numerous super powers and genius mind, Spidey is more than capable of defeating Batman.
This is a form of discrimination. As a woman I am angry about the fact that women are not assigned to combat duty equally with men. Throughout history women have already proven themselves... ... middle of paper ... ...ut the idea of marriage and having children before they go into combat. While combat is dangerous, it does not mean that everyone that goes will be killed, but options still need to be weighed. The U.S. should just be like Nike and do it.
Peter is just an average nerdy high school student who, like everyone else, has insecurities and anxieties. Due to the mask, the public did not know his identity. Spider-man could be anyone giving a sense that he is ‘the superhero who could be you’2. This idea started a comic revolution, which later resulted in comics such as The Incredible Hulk, and X-men3. An article by Christopher Conway introduces and idea that “The Amazing Spider-man” can be seen as an ‘extension of a conservative view of politics and public life.’ This claim is supported by the view that Spider-man’s heroics are placed at the service of Cold War politics, battling communists and personal gain4.
Also Marlori Fuchs makes a statement that “feminism is becoming dangerous and a negative mindset (Fuchs, 2010).” She is implying that “women aren’t good enough, you have to be a man in order to be equal to him (Fuchs, 2010).” This is what Chesler meant by is feminism dead. The fact that feminism has gotten out of hand. Females are growing not to like the word because of the way it is implied towards
In Girl Fight, the idea of a female boxer is deemed not feminine. Diana is told that she is wrong for being interested in male sports. Also, her sexuality is questioned. People call her a dyke and other derogatory terms because they do not believe that she could possibly be a "normal girl". By questioning her sexuality they are saying too her that she is not allowed to be ... ... middle of paper ... ...g to their sexuality.
However, if it were to be a girl hurting a guy no one would care. The fact that a guy would get mad over a girl hurting them is crazy! Why is this becoming such a big issue today? According to an internet article they say that it has been seen as unladylike for females to participate in any kind of sport, especially male sports such as, football, wrestling, hockey, and baseball. Boys tend to tease the girls who play with them.
Provocative and insulting comments about women are apparent in this particular lyric. Lil Wayne is implying that it doesn’t matter what the women looks like, as long as she has a nice body, he will want to have sex with them. He also calls women “retards”, which is politically incorrect and a demeaning statement not only towards women, but to most of society. Above all, the media disguises these misogyny ideas in music, television, games, etc, which is damaging and destructive to women’s status in society. A women’s role in society is problematic; women are still fighting for equal rights and fair treatment.
One of the articles I would use is C. K. Asselin's article “ MY TRIBUTE TO THE WOMEN OF STAR TREK: VOYAGER” to introduce the characters and to give some background information on who they are and how they are portrayed. Asselin gives an uncanny description of each character allowing the new viewer to familiarize themselves on who the characters are and what their traits are. Asselin compares and contrasts the women of Star Trek with women from other shows which also have a strong female cast. In the very first episode we are introduced to a new type of captain, a female. Captain Kathryn Janeway appears on the screen as a respected authority figure.
That is really important for a hero because it could decide his destiny of being a hero or a criminal. Uncle Ben also gives Peter life saving wise words, which would be the reason, why Spiderman is Spiderman. ?These are the years when a man changes to a man he is going to become for the rest of his life? (Spiderman 2002) and ?With great power comes great responsibility? (Spiderman 2002).
In this case women are stuck where in no matter how they act or how they dress, they end up put into a label they do not necessarily belong in. The main goal of feminism is to create equality for women and fight against the labels put on them. Though throughout time feminism itself has been given a negative label. In today 's society women do not want to be referred to as feminists from fear of being labeled as a bitter man hating woman. This is definitely amplified in media today.