This girl is fourteen ,her skin has always irritated her .The boy that she loves still sucks his thumb to this day .She's always wondered why her knees are always ashy ,She says what if she die the next morning or what if she dies before her graduation day .Nobody thinks or stop and realize to think about her side.She claim she should've been on the math team her marks would've been better than the other person , In the poem it says "Nobody even stops to think about my side of it I should have been on Math Team my marks were better than his.
To the death of the father, the kids and their mother wear their last outfit as it's stated in the poem it says "After my father died, my mother and my sisters picked the shirt, the tie he had just the one suit. I left them to it." As you can see their all using his last shirt or clothing to have him in memory and to be loved
Women shouldn't be judged because of their sex or who they attract , in this image their are two women's, one of them may be a transgender who is a man but is forming into a woman and is attracting womans. As you can see the other person behind the image is looking like she's judging them by giving them a nasty look because they attract the same sex. There should be no problem with anyone attracting the same sex , yes it may sound or seem crazy but in the real world this is what people tend to like now in days and thats there business.... Nobody should care, as long as its not them than it shouldn't matter.
This documentary focuses on drag queens living in New York City and their culture, which provides a sense of community and support for the performers. Groups from each house compete in elaborate balls that take cues from the world of fashion. Also on issues of racism and poverty, They're not judged for who they are as being gay or a drag queen they just love to compete with each other and you can just go into the ball without any hate and feel 100 percent about yourself in this film a man states "You go in there in feel ,you feel good to be gay to 100%"
In Lauryn Hill music video "That Thing" she knows life as a women as you think about it she explains how Mens should watch out because ladies want "that thing" which is that one thing that a man gives and girls better also watch out because men only want that one thing also .Some men act like their about when they're really not and women's be down for that one person but on the inside or outside they act like they not, as she stated in the video " 'Member when he told you he was 'bout the Benjamins?You act like you ain't hear him, then give him a little trim To begin, how you think you're really gon' pretend Like you wasn't down and you called him again?
June Jordan explores the hard life that she goes through as being the wrong gender , age , and color . As her being the wrong identity that she is , she cannot do what she wants to do. As she states in the short story that " I can’t do what I want to do with my own body because I am the wrong sex the wrong age the wrong skin" Now in days many women lives have changed and they've been treating theirselves differently .Womans didn't know what to do with they're body because they where the wrong sex , they couldn't even do what they wanted to do with their own bodies because of their identity . This woman June has a connecting with her father because her father went through the same thing she is going through he was the wrong gender, identity, and age but he still did whatever he can like pay her tuition. In this short story it states " my father afraid to walk into the cafeteria because he said he was wrong the wrong age the wrong skin the wrong gender identity and he was paying my tuition "
Jamaica Kincaid poem explains about how a women of color should act. They're told to do things differently in a way. Women have to do things a certain and have to do what a man may like and if they don't it will make them look like a "slut" In this article "girl" it seems as if she's having a conversation with her mother because in the text it says "Wash the white clothes on Monday and put them on the stone heap" and the only person that will say something like that is a mother, on a Monday.