Relationship Abuse In Kelly Rowland's 'Dirty Laundry'

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“A good relationship is more than something we want—it’s something we need to be our happiest, healthiest, most productive selves.” A relationship is suppose to be surrounded with love, commitment and happiness but when that is all taken for granted, some relationships turn into abuse, which is a problem all across the country. Relationship abuse can be physical and emotional but either way it can tear your other half apart. Kelly Rowland tackles the issue of relationship abuse with her song “Dirty Laundry” using a feminist lens.
Abuse is a problem that comes in many different forms and comes from many different places. Women, kids, homeless people and different people everywhere gets beat, cursed at, spit on and talked down upon and it creates …show more content…

They are bringing awareness to the situation such as campaigns like the Domestic Violence Awareness Project. This article covers the possibilities of death resulting from domestic violence, how to stay out of or how to get out of an abusive relationship, how to help children in this situation and also this article recognizes the supporters that are there to establish a better person out of the people in these situations. “Domestic violence impacts women, men, and children of every age, background, and belief. Nearly 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men in the United States have suffered severe physical violence by an intimate partner. Victims are deprived of their autonomy, liberty, and security, and face tremendous threats to their health and safety.” A quote from “Domestic Violence Awareness Project,” from the president 's proclamation. They are trying to shed light and positive energy on the negative and what could have been a negative and dangerous situation. Some abuse situations are publicly displayed when someone gets out of a situation and decides to shed light on what they have been

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