Pop Culture Rape Victim - 10.03.03 mp3 album
- Performer: Pop Culture Rape Victim
- Title: 10.03.03
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: DXD MOD AC3 ADX MPC VOX AIFF
- Released: 2004
- Style: Noise
- MP3 album: 1595 mb
- FLAC album: 1803 mb
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 726
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Here, she explains how pop culture plays a part in sanitizing sexual harassment and assault, and why it's important we recognize that. Back in sixth grade, one of the guys in my friend group posted a Hot or Not list on Gmail Chat. Yes, it was 2010, and that’s what we used. If a girl is intoxicated and can’t give consent, that means we may have been yukking it up at, well, rape. And when 13-year-old boys (or 10-year-olds or 21-year-olds) see this, they think it’s okay - in fact, freakin’ hilarious! - to behave like Barney. And perhaps even worse, girls may think it’s okay too.
Women are told repeatedly to dress less provocatively, drink less alcohol, and not put themselves in risky situations.
But pop culture, including the media, movies and TV, can play a dual role, she adds. While it can promote rape culture by objectifying women through pornography or rape jokes, it can also fight against it by offering progressive depictions of sexual assault, such as the one in Girls. With TV cranking up its sexual violence content, both approaches have entered the spotlight. Last year, Vulture created a video montage to show how pop culture’s trivialization of sexual violence had recently manifested in rape jokes on sitcoms, including Two Broke Girls, Up All Night and Two and a Half Men. Somebody date raped me and I didn’t think I’d live through it and now I’m stronge. nd still needy! Kat Dennings’s character says in Two Broke Girls, mocking a rape victim. Kahlor says laughter is the easiest medicine for a culture confused about rape.