Movies are widely viewed medium around the globe and thus, have a huge effect on the way women perceive themselves and how others view them. Cinema has infinite numbers of movies which has represent men and women in various ways, it can be held accountable for some negative and harmful portrayal of women for the reason that, it is a hinge for many gender stereotypes. According to the researches, these stereotypes are detrimental for women as they confine women to numerous gender-specific characters in movies which may not be always true. “Regrettably, Wife Swap is simply another in the increasingly seen in movies, which include Raising Arizona (1987) in which the infertile policewoman fell in love while taking a mug shot, later they kidnapped one quintuplet of furniture tycoon Nathan Arizona for the baby; it is a comedy movie overlooking the swapping factor. Another example may be of The Ice Storm (1997) in which characters were dealing with chaotic revolutionary political and social modification of the early 70s, and their escapism through alcohol, adultery, and sexual experimentation.
This issue will change society immensely because if we have the laws set into place, we can restrict the number of people who have it by issuing fingerprint scanners, background checks, and etc. Admittedly, many would argue that there shouldn’t be gun control laws because its again the people’s rights. For Example, “According to the National Rifle Association (NRA), guns are used for self-defense 2.5 million times a year.  The police cannot protect everyone all of the time. 61% of men and 56% of women surveyed by Pew Research said that stricter gun laws would "make it more difficult for people to protect their homes and families."
What about the little boy who found his parent’s gun in his parent’s bedside drawer and accidentally shot himself? Should there not be laws to protect him? The answer is yes. The government needs to take guns out of the hands of criminals and children and into the hands of people who can use them responsibly because the amount of deaths in this country that come from guns used in crimes or tragic gun accidents is just to high. Forty percent of American homes have guns, but more than half of Americans agree there should be better restrictions on guns (0n 1).
In fact 90% of adults that own a gun support laws preventing the mentally ill from purchasing guns. A member of Hunters against Gun Violence, stated “As a hunter and someone who has owned guns since I was a young boy, I believe that commonsense gun legislations makes us all safer. Background checks prevent criminals and other dangerous people from getting guns.” This statement shows that some hunters are wanting limitations on who can own a gun. The presence of a gun often makes a conflict turn violent. These conflicts such as brawls fueled by alcohol or drugs, and arguments over money make up almost 60% of the total gun related deaths in 2013.
If it were illegal for children to be taught to use a gun then I believe that children would realize and learn that guns are dangerous and there’s a reason why they’re illegal, which would cause a huge decrease in children being injured or killed. Among the youngest children,those younger than 4, the number of accidental gun deaths more than doubled, to 25 kids a year. In Massachusetts, a boy found his mother’s handgun under her mattress and took it out for a spin even after she told him never to touch the gun. The media had full coverage on the situation and reported, “But the lure of the gun was irresistible. He decided to show it off to his neighbor, 12-year-old Brian Crowell.
You can try to force everyone to lock up their guns, but not everyone will listen. The easier solution is to ban the handguns from being purchased. These children living in homes with guns are at an inordinate risk. In a normal day in the United States, eight children and teens will die from gunfire. Gun death peaks between the ages of 15 and 24, were boys and girls are naturally curious about life and learn their lessons through trial and error.
These magazines subjectify women as merely sex toys to pleasure a man. And guess who owns the company, a man. Sex Sells, but it shouldn’t because girls and women are more than just sex objects. Another example of the effects of the sexualisation of girls is the now almost pornographic photos that girls are posting to media websites. Causing mothers of boys to say that these girls are causing their sons to sin, instead of talking to their sons about their responsibilities.
Media can exploit in many different ways such as ads in magazine, commercial that show a women and kissing to sell a Vick razor or something of the sort. However the ads I consider to be distasteful were the ones showed woman being abused in a commercial or movies and the only thing she had was lingerie. Media is basically saying its ok to hit women, by exploiting them in such ways and it’s not okay. A lot of women do these ads for the love money or there just drop dead gorgeous and they want the fame and attention from media and men. If media feels like they can get a monthly figure out of shooting women as objects, and exploiting them, they would with no second thoughts.
Indeed gun ownership has contributed to significant decline in the crime rates and therefore gun laws should be changed to make it easier for Americans to purchase handguns, carry them as concealed weapons, and better protect themselves. False misconceptions surround gun control The first false misconception is that thousands of children perish annually in gun related accidents. The mainstream media doesn’t give the true picture of the gun accidents concerning children which is actually record low. According to Spitzer, there were 642 deaths for children under the age of 15 years and of which only 142 were from gun related accidents in 1997. These other deaths can be attributed from accidents involving space heaters, bikes and drowning among others.
Deaths from these shootings plummeted on average by 90%, injuries by 82%." A Pew survey has found that 57% of people feel that owning a gun protects them from becoming a victim. The world-famous journalist John Stossel states, “Criminals don 't obey the law… Without the fear of retaliation from victims who might be packing heat, criminals in possession of these [illegal] weapons now have a much easier job… As the saying goes, if guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns.” Guns, whether in the hands of criminals or responsible citizens, will always be around. Many substances have been banned throughout all of America, however, that does not stop people from obtaining that item. So responsible citizens carrying a gun for safety reasons helps to stop more deaths from occurring and helps to maintain a saver environment for all