The pig was brutally stabbed by Jack and his hunters in a frenzy, as the pig squealed in pain. This act of savagery solidifies the loss of innocence and the embracement of evil. Simon hallucinates the head talking to him. “You knew, didn’t you? I’m part of you?
The wounds opened and closed while gray rodents entered into the openings. His skin moved in waves as the critters found their way into his body. Uncle Arnold’s eyes snapped open. His face grimaced oddly, in an evil manner. His arms lifted, snapping the restraints as if they were useless dried up and decayed rags.
He leaned in, centimetres from her face. The queen screwed her mouth and eyes tight as an acidic, pungent breath burned her skin. She yelled out as dissolved tissue gave way to bone. The demon ogled her with deep fascination. A long, pointy tongue emerged to lick his cracked lips, as he ripped the box cleans from her chest with the still beating heart.
In this modern age of sex dominated pop culture we tend to focus on the negative impact on our young girls, but what about the young men? In today's society a young man is faced with over sexualized content every day. From images of their favorite celebrities to music on the radio, sexual content is virtually inescapable. To be labeled a virgin these days is a blow to a young man’s social standing rather than an admirable decision to save himself for marriage. There is not nearly enough focus on bettering our young men to ensure the term gentleman, defined as a chivalrous, courteous, or honorable man, will live on to the next generation.
His hand dug into the satchel. He stood ready to cast another spell. “Inat Surpass!” he said. Again the coils from the wand pummeled the woman and man before him, yanking out the gray rats that inhabited their bodies. The two fell to the ground shaking.
Behind the mist, Harry could see Hermione and Ginny laying on the ground. His fists clench and shake, and he cries out in desperation. There was clearly blood covering their ripped clothing and some very nasty bruises. He cries out again, but they, too, disappear. "No..." The mist clears and he sees Ron, in his striped pajamas, reaching an arm out to Harry.
He glowered up at the fuzzy face of Baker Dan and screamed at him. “You will not continue this madness!” Gilbert tossed a handful of silkworm thread at Frank’s blaze after retrieving his satchel. “How will you stop me little boy…or should I say unicorn?” Baker Dan’s chilling words brushed Gilbert’s ears. Baker Dan’s gray and white rats started to rush to the dropped basket of purple bread, eating it once Frank’s enchanted flames carried the glowing silkworm filament and finished searing the small loaves. The combined force of earth and fire created a chain reaction once eaten.
His arm made a sharp cracking noise, and he screamed in pain. I kicked his knee, and another crack noise could be heard. At least now he won't be jumping at me anymore. I pinned him to the floor, and with a flick of my wrist, lighted the lighter. Pointing it towards his eye, I could see his eye slowly deplete its moisture, and in a few seconds, it was nothing more than a raisin.
It is still most common for a man to initiate a relationship, and men are still perceived as the most sex obsessed. However, even though we are led to believe that their attitudes were more conservative, the attitudes conveyed in these poems are very raw and primitive in the way that they make sex the ultimate. The men are desperate begging the women for sex. However, as we know from other poems (such as Cousin Kate and The Seduction) men valued purity above most other things (when considering marriage). So we could say that these men were hypocritical for wanting their women pure for marriage but willing to have sex with them pre-marriage!
Instead he is pressured into sex with her, even though he really never wanted. Sex is what she wants and he knows it would make her happy by giving into her. He feels horrible while this happens, but he will not stop because he wants to impress her. Countering the Culture of Sex is an article by Ellen Goodman dealing with the entertainment industry’s plague upon society. With sex rooted deep in children’s minds it creates this idea of what life revolves around.