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    Analysis Of Hickeys

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    Based on our results, the majority of participants that perceived the targets to be involved in a relationship acknowledged that their reasoning was highly influenced by the hickeys that were present. For example, participants would say that this target is in a relationship because the hickeys are indicative of involvement. Though it can not be statistically supported that hickeys indicate relationship status, there does seem to be a strong relationship between the two variables. Since the majority

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    Rapper Trina’s March 2000 single “Da baddest b*tch”, proclaimed her as the Queen of Hip hop. “Da baddest b*tch” was a controversial song that made way for many criticisms. The rapper’s song endorsed the idea of women referring to themselves as “bad b*tches”, promoted promiscuous behavior and encouraged females both young and old to use men for money. The very title of the song endorses the use of the expression “bad b*tches”. In the music industry, the used of the word “b*tch” is not uncommon. It

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    The Victimization of Teenage Girls

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    can develop mood disorders, and their relationship with their parents play a huge role during their developmental years through puberty and maturity. Works Cited Cohen, Kerry. Dirty Little Secrets; Breaking the Silence on Teenage Girls and Promiscuity. Illinois: Sourcebooks, Inc. 2011. Print. Kincaid, Jamaica. Girl. Web Lilienfeld, Scott, Steven, Jay Lynn, Laura Namy, Nancy Woolf. Psychology; a framework for Everyday Thinking. Boston, Massachussets: Allyn & Bacon, 2010. Print Oates, Joyce

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    over-sexed east which is favored by the sexually repressed west when applied to and analyzed under the lens of Orientalism. This translation of the text, while not as sexually explicit as Sir Richard Burton’s translation, has its fair amount of sexual promiscuity which paints the middle eastern characters as dishonest, violent, and sexually deviant. These traits were seen as socially taboo to the west, especially those in Victorian Europe who helped the tale gain its reputation as a popular exotic story

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    Promiscuity Essay

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    Promiscuity on the Rise Introduction: Poison flowing around us, slowly eating away at relationships, tearing apart marriages. Promiscuity is rising in today’s society. It is hurting many marriages and relationships as the rise of cheating on partner’s increases. Huxley’s dystopia shows how the rise of promiscuity may affect society in the future. As we are coming closer to this dystopia, promiscuity is hurting families, relationships and partners already in today’s society. Analysis Portion Huxley

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    The Rise Of Promiscuity

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    relationships, tearing apart marriages. Promiscuity is rising in today’s society. It is hurting many marriages and relationships as the rise of cheating and partners increase. Huxley’s dystopia shows how the rise of promiscuity may affect society one day. As we are coming closer to this dystopia, promiscuity is hurting families, relationships and partners already a great deal in today’s society. Analysis Portion Huxley has shown the increase in promiscuity throughout the various practices of people

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    The Canterbury Tales

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    In The Canterbury Tales, written by Geoffrey Chaucer, the stereotypes and roles in society are reexamined and made new through the characters in the book. Chaucer discusses different stereotypes and separates his characters from the social norm by giving them highly ironic and/or unusual characteristics. Specifically, in the stories of The Wife of Bath and The Miller’s Tale, Chaucer examines stereotypes of women and men and attempts to define their basic wants and needs. In the Miller’s Tale, the

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    roles, relationships, and how society views people based on appearance, sexual promiscuity or supposed promiscuity, and so on. Easy A (2011) represents an example clarifying how gender socialization impacts today’s youth via several concepts such as slut shaming, slut glorification, challenging masculinity, dating/hooking up, gender expectations and social acceptance. This film primarily focuses on a female’s promiscuity. Olive, the main character, is automatically labeled slut, after a rumor she unintentionally

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    The Effectiveness of Shakespeare’s Linguistic Choices in Conveying the Power Struggle Between Katherine and Petruchio This essay will study the text ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ by William Shakespeare. It is a play written in London in 1592 and published in 1623. The play is set during the Jacobean era (1420-1600). The purpose of the play is to entertain an audience. The secondary purpose may be to inform a modern audience about power and roles of men and women in the Jacobean era. During this

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    described as snobbish, flirtatious and manipulative. Although these appear to be her primary traits, it becomes obvious as the plot unfolds that these are a cover-up of her true self, a very insecure person. Ultimately, Blanche’s snobbery, sexually promiscuity and manipulative dealings with other characters reveal an ironic cover up due to her overpowering pride and desire to be someone that she is not. Blanche’s first character trait that stands out is her snobbery. It is first shown at the very beginning

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