Bitch Essays

  • evolution of bitch

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    How has the term bitch changed women? The word bitch came from the old English word, “bicce”, meaning female dog. According to The Oxford English dictionary, the definition of bitch, as female dog, was used until 1000 A.D. In 1837, the word bitch became an insult. The derogatory connotation of the word appeared when women were compared to dogs. For example, the word bitch “suggested high sexual desire in a woman, comparable to a dog in heat” or “someone who is belligerent, unreasonable, rudely intrusive

  • The Beggar and the Bitch

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    The Beggar and the Bitch The blocks of concrete sidewalk in between two rusty, red brick buildings prickle my skin. I lay out my piece of brown corrugated cardboard and am comforted by its smoothness. It provides insulation on a breezy summer night. I curl up, cramped, in the fetal position; my limbs grow limp as my eyelids weigh down over two chocolate eyes. I can feel my fuzzy black dreadlocks falling down the nape of my neck and into the collar of my thin cotton t-shirt. I pull my white tube

  • The History of The Word Bitch

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    According to the New York Times, The use of the word, “bitch,” tripled in the last decade alone, growing to 1,277 uses on 685 shows in 2007 from 431 uses on 103 prime-time episodes in 1998 (Wyatt, 2009). Several years later, the use of the term has increased tremendously since 2007. Today the term has been found not only in television, but in popular music, literary works, online media, and daily conversations. What will be studied and analyzed in order to find a better understanding of the complexities

  • Lifes a Bitch and then you Rock

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    Life's a Bitch and then you Rock Life is full of hardships, which is a bitch. But, if faced, they are overcome and you are rewarded, which rocks. However, if the problems are not dealt with, more problems will arise. My title is a quote by Art Alexakis—lead singer of the band Everclear. He was presented with problems in his life, but he faced them. And now his life is much better. No one ever promised that life would be easy, and no one ever told you exactly what to expect. This is because everyone’s

  • Title: Down Ass Bitch

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    Artist: Ja Rule Album: Pain is Love Title: Down Ass Bitch feat. Charli Baltimore (Ja Rule - talking) Ja Rule, Chuck B-more Every thug needs a lady And every thug needs a down ass bitch, huh, feel me Every thug needs a lady Baby I'm convinced, you my down ass bitch (Chorus - Ja Rule) Baby say yeah, (baby say yeah) If you'd lie for me, like you lovin me Baby say yeah, (baby say yeah) If you'd die for me, like you cry for me Baby say yeah, (baby say yeah) If you'd kill for me, like you comfort me

  • An Analysis Of Sexy Bitch, By David Guetta

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    Sexy Bitch In the song “Sexy Bitch” by David Guetta, it says “I mix up all styles on my albums because that is what music is about now.” This is the part of the chorus of a popular song. This became a hit song that many songs along to and praised. Now if you really look at lyrics to the rest of the song you will you will realize how demeaning and how degrading is toward the female. Because it does not specify what kind of females he is taking about. We don’t know why they give bitch name to

  • American Rapper: Messages from Lupe Fiasco

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    attention. Through his music, Lupe Fiasco represents the voice of Modern America by informing his listeners about the modern corrupt practices in the United States and asserting his opinions on them through his music. In his song “Bitch Bad”, Fiasco describes how the vulgar word “bitch” is used throughout American society carelessly and in ways it shouldn’t be due it's degrading denotation. His song “Strange Fruition” reiterates the message in Billie Holiday’s largely popular song “Strange Fruit” and incorporates

  • How To Play Asshole

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    below that person. Players occupying positions falling between VP and Asshole are known as common people, but they may choose titles as well. Some of them are as follows: Secretary, Sergeant at Arms, Speaker of the House, Treasurer, Doorman and Beer-bitch, (who assists the Asshole in his/her duties), are often used. All titles are subject to the dreaded presidential veto and has his or her subsequent wrath, so be humble. The roles of each player are as follows: President: can make any player drink at

  • Short stories

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    Happy Life of Francis Macomber.” The subsequent couple of sentences are “’You Bitch,’ he said,” from the “Snows of Kilimanjaro” and “’Why not let up on the bitchery just a little, Margot,’ Macomber said, cutting the eland steak and putting some mashed potato, gravy and carrot on the down-turned fork that tined through the piece of meat.” Finally, the third set of sentences are “She shot very well this good, rich bitch, this kindly destroyer of his talent,” from the story “Snows of Kilimanjaro” and

  • hoes and bitches

    1062 Words  | 3 Pages

    October 31st, if I ain't...wrong...right, nigga? Yeah, yeah there, so uh... as they say in Halloween world or... White world or just a world, in general: Trick or Treat, bitch (Ha ha!) Ya feel me? (Ya heard me?) We puttin' this Space-Age pimpin' Full ?Fledge? pimpin' right here...y'know? Right now, bitch can't even look at me Bitch you under arrest for "Reckless Eyeballs" We just doin' this real P-Im right about now, ya feel me? (That's it...that's it...) Because...I mean, I got a big grip...a BIG

  • The Nature of a Crazy Family in Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying

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    ‘doctor’ until afterwards when she says, “’It won’t work [ . . . ] I just know it won’t’” (252). Jewel has some less-than-healthy fascination with his horse. While he frequently beats it about the head, he still refers to it as a “’sweet son of a bitch’” (13). He was willing to work all night every night for weeks in order to buy the horse, and he disappears for a while when Anse barters it for the new team.

  • Existentialism In No Exit

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    In his play, No Exit, Jean-Paul Sartre examines basic themes of existentialism through three characters. The first subject, Garcin, embraces existentialist ideas somewhat. The second character, Inez, seems to fully understand ideas deemed existential. Estelle is the third person, and does not seem to understand these ideas well, nor does she accept them when they are first presented to her. One similarity amongst the three is that they all at some point seem to accept that they are in Hell for a

  • "When We Dead Awaken: Writing as Re-Vision" and "In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens"

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    that we are not sleeping.  I listen and relate to these women.  And I wonder what do I say?  I am a woman.  I don't know what it means for me to be a woman.  I just am. Be Insatiable.  Be insatiable and still a woman.  Stand for your beliefs, be a bitch and yet stay soft and sexy and agreeable.  I feel like a lousy commercial for some perfume, "I can bring home the bacon, fry it up in the pan, and never let you forget you're a man, because I'm a woman."  I am caught in the crossfire of who I am and

  • The Deceitful Mother in Rebecca Rush's Kelroy

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    Mrs. Hammond characteristics range from calculating to charming; she uses her talent of manipulating situations to get exactly what she wants. She uses any means necessary to reach her goal; this makes her an excellent example of a great American bitch. Even after marrying Lucy off to Walsingham, an Englishman with a title, she was not still not satisfied. Emily marrying Kelroy, a penniless poet, was out of the question. Mrs. Hammond never considers what consequences her actions will have on herself

  • Hedda Gabler

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    TITLE : People may argue that George, Eilert, and Judge Brack are responsible for Hedda’s death, but in reality it is the fault of Hedda’s society. I’ve chosen this statement for several reasons. Ibsen’s character, Hedda Gabler, represents the women of the eighteenth and nineteenth century. Hedda stands the issues of self-worth and the deflated value that each woman places upon her own importance as a result of male dominance. We can see this in the play, as we read we learn more about the character

  • The Censorship Debate

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    The Censorship Debate Do words such as nigger, bitch, or ass offend you?  The answer may seem clear cut, but our nation has been struggling with the issue of censorship almost since its conception.  To many, the aforementioned words are a part of their everyday vocabulary; to others, they are vulgar and unacceptable.  The issue of censorship is much more than just words.  There have been huge controversies over the negative ideas and graphic nature of literature, music, and television. 

  • A Child Called It

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    A Child Called It As a child Dave Pelzer was brutally beaten and starved by his emotionally unstable, alcoholic mother; a mother who played tortuous, unpredictable games that left one of her sons nearly dead. She no longer considered him a son, but a slave; no longer a boy, but an 'it'. His bed was an old army cot in the basement, his clothes were torn and smelly, and when he was allowed the luxury of food it was scraps from the dogs' bowl. The outside world knew nothing of the nightmare played

  • Parental Advisory

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    woke up and he just walks in /She panics and he gets his throat cut /(Oh my God!) /So now they both dead and you slash your own throat /So now it's double homicide and suicide with no note… Now shut the fuck up and get what's comin to you/NOW BLEED! BITCH BLEED… (Eminem) You're such an inspiration for the ways/That I'll never ever choose to be/Oh so many ways for me to show you/How the savior has abandoned you/Fuck your God/Your Lord and your Christ…( A Perfect Circle) Hart 2 The idea of putting

  • My Brilliant Career at Fuddruckers Restaurant

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    My Brilliant Career at Fuddruckers Restaurant Being called a 'bitch' on the job was becoming more and more an everyday occurrence. After all I did work with four or five guys I liked (males that are rather 'normal' call other males they like the oddest things) and a most unladylike girl who hated me with a severe passion (females that are rather 'unrefined' call people they hate the oddest things.) But today was slightly different. It marked the beginning to the downfall of my employment

  • Free Essays on Homer's Odyssey: Book XIX

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    everyone else for that matter, is now under the impression that Odysseus is a beggar.  Melantho starts the discussion by lashing out on Odysseus.  Penelope, in defense of the beggar, scolds Melantho, saying, "Make no mistake, you brazen, shameless bitch ... my heart breaks for him" (393). Penelope, well aware of the relationship between the beggar and Odysseus, asks Eurynome to bring out a soft chair in order than the beggar can tell his story.  She wishes to ask him careful details about