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Unformatted text preview: Zach Schatz September 8, 2010 Writing 105 Freewrite What I found most problematic about reading “Selling Hot Pussy” was the fact that I didn’t quite agree with everything the author stated in the essay. The overall message is clear that black women’s bodies have been exploited throughout time and there is a surplus support for the argument. However, I believe that an extremely similar argument may be made for not only black women but also all women, which hooks fails to mention even as a concluding thought. It is something that society should not be proud of, but the media business thrives off of a woman’s sex appeal. With this notion in mind, it made it difficult to read through the dense examples provided by hooks. This was another problem I ran into while reading her essay. I felt overloaded with examples and found myself unsure as to which ones were the most significant to her argument. The abundance of examples made it more difficult to complete the reading. Although the details strengthened her argument, I felt lost as I attempted to grasp one example while having little transition before coming across another. having little transition before coming across another....
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course WRT 105 taught by Professor Kleinbart during the Spring '07 term at Syracuse.
- Spring '07