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    The History of Human Beauty

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    Throughout history, civilizations have admired the beauty that the world has presented, but isn’t beauty held in the eye of the beholder? The word can be used to describe a variety of things. It can describe places, animals, objects, people and even ideas. However, the one beauty our society embraces today is human beauty. Because the perception of beauty differs from person to person, different ideas of beauty developed throughout history, which in turn formed standards for human beauty, and these

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    Analysis

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    The hair company Herbal Essences perceives beauty to be sexually striking to the eyes. Their advertisement that was found in InTouch Magazine is selling Moroccan My Shine shampoo and conditioner product that will enhance more shine and silkiness in a women’s hair. The enhancement of the shine will provide women to have this sensual seductiveness about them self. To convince these consumers that this product is true to its claim, they use the beautiful pop singer Nicole Scherzinger as the model to

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    Boycott Beauty Companies Now

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    Women’s beauty is becoming more and more influence by beauty companies. Most beauty companies that highly influence women are those that are adjusted to idealizing thin, flawless, malnutrition models. This sort of promotion around the world is causing society to pass down a primitive teaching of beauty that our backward ancestors had preached and passed down from their ancestors as well. Instead of encouraging the younger generations to idealize the typical skinny Caucasian celebrity woman, society

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    Inner and Outer Beauty

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    influences each person’s concept of beauty, causes people to believe a beautiful person is more successful and superior. Dr. Herron states that “the ‘Beauty = Power’ formula is deeply entrenched in our psyches” (Herron 109). To be sure, beauty is a capital power which can determine and improve one’s life (Bennett, par. 1) since it can influence the clubs they join, the friendships they make, the people they marry, the jobs people get, and the salaries they earn (Berry 3). Attractive people are able

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    What Is True Beauty?

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    In our youth and beauty culture, every time we open a magazine, turn on the TV, or drive past a billboard, we see how far our true beauty is from the standard perpetuated by the media. Our beauty is defined by how we look instead of who we are. I believe that true beauty should be define by who we are. I decided to conduct a research project on Women’s Beauty. I wanted to see how much we time and money is spent on make-up and how women define true beauty. I wanted to know how other women felt towards

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    relationship with his husband. She is going to call the Stevensons because, she and her husband have nothing more to discuss about. Michael?s way of looking on women as mere bodies could suggest a kind of degradation?which is to define a woman only as an erotic or sexual figure. There is an irony in the relationship of the couple which is the bloodless horror from the truth expressed that somehow the things are not, and never have been, what they used to pretend about themselves. It is clear in the

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    Women as Victims in the Media

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    portraying women victims as young, unmarried, beautiful and innocent. Their deaths were portrayed as resulting from a loss of innocent, generally through premarital sexual contact. The descriptions of the dead bodies were graphic and occasionally erotic in nature. (Cohen, 277-306) These descriptions came at a time when the literacy rate was rising rapidly and the relatively free attitude towards premarital sex was changing to a more restrictive ...

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    believed she was portraying sexual imagery. “O’Keefe’s depictions of flowers in strict frontality and enlarged to giant scale were entirely original in character . . . the view into the open blossoms evoked an image of the female psyche and invited erotic associations.” (Joachimides 47) O’Keefe denies these allegations and says that she “magnified the scale of the flower only to ensure people would notice them.” (Haskell 203) O’Keefe’s artwork was misinterpreted because of cultural prejudice, her non-traditional

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    Sexuality in Shakespeare's As You Like It

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    Like It In a romantic forest setting, rich with the songs of birds, the fragrance of fresh spring flowers, and the leafy hum of trees whistling in the wind, one young man courts another. A lady clings to her childhood friend with a desperate and erotic passion, and a girl is instantly captivated by a youth whose physical features are uncannily feminine. Oddly enough, the object of desire in each of these instances is the same person. In As You Like It, William Shakespeare explores the homoerotic

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    Shakespeare's Othello - Loving Desdemona

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    know what it means to be unfaithful; the word “whore” is not in her vocabulary. She is defenseless against the charges brought against her because she does not even comprehend them, cannot believe that anyone would imagine such things. Her love, both erotic and chaste, is of that transcendent wholesomeness common to several late Shakespearean heroines [. . .]. Her “preferring” Othello to her father, like Cordelia’s placing her duty to a husband before that to a father, is not ungrateful but natural and

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