Hip-Hop includes violent and abusive words that could eventually mirror used for other illegal sexual purposes. Identified as the hip-hop verbally violates fundamental human rights, particularly women’s rights. Excessive and flagrant abuse connotations can be found in almost every musical score, women are portrayed as prostitutes and assets of no more than sexual pleasure existing rights. Many words in rap songs are abusive and degrading to all women.
Hip-Hop is a manifestation of spin and exploitation of young African-Americans and Latin Americans, and is often seen as sexism and misogyny attributes. New York, blacks and Hispanics, young city originally started the hip-hop culture, including rap, DJing, break dancing and graffiti writing. But it evolved into something much more than local expressions.
Hip-hop is a lifestyle for many people aged between 13 and 30 years. It’s music, video, fashion, club scenes, and the way young people interact with each other. The media have embraced and hip-hop culture, as well as large companies like Coca-Cola and Burger King. Versions of hip-hop are found in media marketing and advertising. The Brooklyn Museum of Art is an exhibition dedicated to hip hop culture.
The most influential hip-hop became known as rap. Rap is a form of poetry, recited in the instrument. Many people consider rap to be brutally honest, violent and misogynistic. But for others, violence and hatred of women is blatant and offensive.
A lot of rap music portrays women of color in negative images. The hip-hop from all points of view of women, but black women as sexual objects. Most videos of female hip-hop or displayed in sexually explicit poses, wearing a bikini (or less), with particular attention to parts of the body. The images are accompanied by explicit language that suggests that women are just sex objects or products generate money. Many rappers describe themselves as “pimps” and women as second-class goods and sex. Many rap songs not only improves the protective lifestyle, and relate to women in order to describe a pimp prostitutes, but the lyrics incite violence against women as “disobedience.”
Of course, not all rap music is misogynistic and not all black men think of women in this light, but high percentages are in hip-hop culture. The caller’s name in rap music dishonor, disrespect and dehumanize women. When the company accepts the labeling of women in this way will be physical and psychological abuse become acceptable? Unfortunately, racism or oppression of many black men in battle within hip hop culture, and were constrained by persistent feelings of mistrust of trust and love.
Many women agree with these collaborations, and I believe racism or presentation of valid excuse or justification for the practice of degradation and exploitation of women. The number of women who appear to the unpaid try-out for video recordings indicate that significant amounts of hip-hop consumers are women. Groups of women can be seen roaming the backstage areas of concert, expressing their willingness to perform sexually in exchange for money and jewelry, or perhaps create a feeling of being desired.
Black women have historically been used as instruments of sex, and they continue to struggle for power and material wealth. When slavery was legal and lush, black women were routinely sexually abused by a man who wanted to. They could be used for breeding purposes and to create more trade slaves to their owners. Black women sex, also used to reduce the chances of cruel slave masters. They paid with their bodies to survive and get a better treatment of widespread abuse of slave life.
Black women from slavery emerged as oversexed and promiscuous. Some see it as society dictated, and believed he had no control over their bodies. While trying to integrate into white society, some men wanted black women to be employed in subordinate roles in a white family, while some women want black men to find a job and be the only supplier. Hip-hop shows similar obsessions overwhelming. Some black women prefer to use the power of sex to increase financial gain. And many black men learned how to manipulate women who use the money. For many black women to get what they want, and allow yourself to accept abuse used by hip-hop image.
Sometimes, black women are ignorant and have no skills. Many believe that their bodies are all they have to offer to get a status. Many dysfunctional relationships can be found in hip-hop culture. Some women believe that men are tools to use to access your money, some men that women are only valuable when it comes to sexual gratification.
You want to censor hip-hop music and the lyrics are a response? Perhaps the solution would be to change society hip-hop and ideology by promoting negative and misogynist texts stop. But the first step in changing gender relations in the hip-hop community is education. People should be aware of the pejorative and negative that continue to violate the rights of women, in the words of general, physical interactions, and hip-hop gatherings. But, of course, people should be sensitive to the devastating results that violate the human rights cause, and be willing to change.
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