Part 1 Don't you see that it hurts when they all look at you with disgust? Can't you see that you can't just ignore this, it has to be brought up! I wish I was told when I was younger but now I can write this letter This culture could do so much better When a girl is asked what she wore instead of what's wrong with him. When a man can openly harass you and everyone blames the victim but not him When I get told " well at least he thought you were pretty" Because that's all I mean I mean its obvious this society isn't too keen on common sense but c'mon consent?? Don't you see something wrong when a woman can't wear as she please without worrying about a man on her sleeve You would think it'd be a breeze that no means no and there is no …show more content…
Sorry am I showing too much off? Stop telling me you're not all the same, its like telling me to take a handful of m&ms and claiming they're not all poisoned, you'll be okay. So shut up and listen to what I have to say, this can't go on, any other way. Someone is raped every 2 minutes today so why is it still so cliche to bring this up? I could speak all day But the message is, its just not okay Part 2 Slut, slut, slut Call us sluts Everyone else does These gendered slurs you see are the reason for our rape culture and misogyny Slut slut slut Its all I ever hear Shut up! self respect does not lie within my body you can hear mine as I speak, my self esteem has nothing to do with where I sleep. You can do as you please. How is it your business Its not hurting you Its got nothing to do with you, just me You say you're for equality You say you don't judge But all I hear is Slut slut slut Ugh I wish you'd understand your stupidity Now someone please explain to me What do I have to do to be a skank Most women say Too much make up Too many men in
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In contemporary North America, if one were to ask almost any member of society what were the most heinous crimes a human being could commit, almost assuredly rape would be listed amongst every top five. Maybe it would even be competing for the number one spot. It is highly unlikely, absurd even, to think that any reasonable being would not find rape (or the broader term of sexual assault used in Canada) to be an abhorrent act becoming of no real human being. However, knowing this: that is, that the vast majority of citizens in North American society are in agreement on the nature of such a crime, it is all the more puzzling that many continue to harbour a mindset that gives them the tendency to blame the victim to an extent in such cases – especially in incidents where the perpetrator is male and the victim female.
Grady improves the health of the community by providing quality, comprehensive healthcare in a compassionate, culturally competent, ethical and fiscally responsible manner. Grady maintains its commitment to the underserved of Fulton and DeKalb counties, while also providing care for residents of metro Atlanta and Georgia. Grady leads through its clinical excellence, innovative research and progressive medical education and training.
...cause society has labelled that women are the only ones to wear dresses, that is now how everyone thinks. However, Izzard bought these dresses for himself. They’re not women’s clothes, they are his own. I think this is a very good attitude to have as you are not trying to fit in with the typical gender roles or to be stereotypical. He is dressing comfortably and how he would like to, not the way society deems best.
Sears, which later changed its name to Sears Holding after a merging with Kmart, is a department store. A department store is a retailer that has a complex and wide range of products that can appear in smaller specialty stores that is managed and organized by one company. Sears products range from tools and home appliances to apparel and jewelry, among other various products and services. The convenience of being able to buy such an assortment of merchandise paired with the assorted price ranges adds to the high levels of customer service that are incorporated in Sears Holdings.
One of the most recognized corporate symbols in the United States is that of the Target Corporation, who have 1,351 stores in 47 of the 50 states. The first Target store opened in Roseville, Minnesota in 1962. It’s trendy merchandise at affordable prices launched a new era in discount retailing. This store was easy to shop, because it was always attractive and clean. It served as the prototype for all Target stores opened since then and it changed how consumers think about discount shopping.
Strengths Long-standing reputation Provision of quality healthcare Highest rank in patient satisfaction Recipient of Joint Commission accreditation Serving a diverse population Weaknesses Smaller than other four hospitals Decrease in net profit Increase in expenses Significant increase in long-term debt Not-for-profit status Opportunities Changes in government regulations Change in lifestyle Influx of patients due to higher patient satisfaction Cost savings Opening of some outpatient clinics and surgery centers Threats Too much competition
Topman SWOT Analysis Strengths:.. Topman already has more than 309 fashion stores nationwide, with another 50 stores outside the United Kingdom division. Topman boasts the worlds largest fashion store in London. With over 200,000 shoppers per week, Topman gets twice the deliveries per day and 7,000 looks per season. In the year 2006, Topman’s operating profit hit 110 million with its annual sales of 600 million.
...apidly our world today. There are hundreds of places people may go and visit for help or more information about rape and sexual violence. It is very important that when and if it happens, the victim needs to report the crime to authorities immediately. People must know the truth about rape and sexual violence and what to do about it.
Society has a funny way of thinking that if we blame others we can protect ourselves. This is why the wrong people end up getting the blame placed on them, especially during times of distress. We see this a lot when new cases involving rape arise. Instead of the perpetrator being blamed for what they did, the victim is the one who gets faced with the blame for something they had no control over. As a result of victim blaming as it is called we have created a culture known as rape culture. The book Transforming a Rape Culture states “In a rape culture both men and women assume that sexual violence is a fact of life, inevitable as death or taxes” (Preamble). In other words, both men and women feel as though there
The SWOT analysis is a useful tool for identifying our personal strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to our plans and goals. According to a “Fuel My Motivation” article (2010), this analysis considers internal influences that can positively or negatively affect our ability to achieve our goals. The internal factors are our strengths and weaknesses. Also considered are opportunities and threats, which are external influences that can have a positive or negative impact on the ability to achieve our goals. I will share how the self-assessment instruments and self-exercises in this course have contributed to assessing and understanding my strengths and weaknesses. I will also discuss techniques I will use to leverage my strengths and understand my weaknesses. In addition, I will consider opportunities that I can take advantage of and the threats that can possibly impede my progress.
Logically, it is not natural for people to want to sympathize with the rapist – but the media is always saying, “they had such a bright future ahead of them – they made a mistake – let it go”. So why is the media humanizing the rapist? Why should everyone feel sorry for him, but not for her? This is exactly where gender inequality fits in. Rape stories never concern themselves with the impact on the female, yet she may also have a career in front of her and now because of this incident she may not be able to achieve her life long goals (Rape Culture, Victim Blaming, & Myths, 2015). This is of course because the media in our society revolves around the Male Gaze (Skelton, 2002). Everyone has to see the world through the heterosexual male eyes. Males control the news, gaming and entertainment industry. The portrayal of women in media is one of the most shameful things, while portrayal of men is one of the most powerful things (Skelton, 2002). This is another main reason as to why women have taken the lead in attempting to regain control of how society sees them. The idea of men being the dominant gender readdresses another concept that rape revolves around, power and powerlessness. The women who are considered to be rape victims are considered powerless,