November 08, 2004
From Fly Girls to Bitches and Hos
In this essay, Joan Morgan is blaming the Rappers for belittling the females. It is the females belittling themselves. Yeah rappers say some nasty things in there songs, but whenever they say those things they show a girl dancing to the song. The females need to stop supporting the songs and then I might feel sorry for them. But until the females start to respect themselves no one will.
Question of Conquence:
Women need to stop dancing on T.V. half naked. As long as they do they will deal with the Conquence of being called bitches and ho's.
Posted by Jared Grubor at November 8, 2004 10:47 PM
I strongly agree with your point about how it could be the girls fault as well as the rappers
i think its a very nasty way of making money and those rappers need to talk about whats happening in the world today they need to take a good look around an write about it, the world and life is not about the Bitches and the hos it more deeper than that and those ladies better find a better way and respectful way of making money cause where is there pride and for all the politicians in the whole wide world that r supporting war and stealing instead of helping people who are in need of it are also responsible for this junky trashy mess because these hos may be wouldn't of became hos if they had the write amount of money to support them and i the familiies are also responsible for whats happening if there parents or one of there parents taught them to stick to there morals and dignity may be they would of turned to better people ps i just wanna say so much respect to all of u ladies who are respecting there selves no matter what.and yes i agree its the ladied fault. thankx miss moses
Well apparently you didn't read my article because I specifically stated that it is the women's fault as well for their "belittlement" as you like to call it. I wrote about women dancing in the songs and everything you're talking about. But I guess you didn't catch that.
Well Jared, I suppose you didn't take the time to read the entire article, because Morgan specifically points out that as well as it is at the hand of the rappers, fault lies in the women's actions. You probably fell asleep before you got to that part I suppose.