| blaquefoxx wrote:|
disagree. I think society teaches the exact opposite. Many women from around the
globe come to the Western world and get turned out and seduced by the
freakish ideals of white women. White people in general set the standard
for the population and negroes who desire to live like them and be like
them follow suit and then they teach other negroes to do the same.
I'm curious to know if the poet, Chimamamda Ngozi Adiche, was referring to American culture/society when she said made this poem, because 21st century American society teaches the opposite.
Today, our society is hypersexualized and if anything, we sexually objectify young girls and women, where we teach them that their worth is connected only to their physically appearance, sexual desirability, and the amount of sexual pleasure she can offer to men/others.