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struggled against her poor circumstances, which led her to treat her daughter with the same bitterness. Kincaid’s mother seemed to become more oppressive and bitter toward Kincaid as she grew older. Becoming Members of Society: Learning the Social Meanings of Gender By: Aaron. H. Devor Aa ron H. Devor introduces the idea of “gender identity” and how how one’s behavior of gender may be rewarded or punished depending on “social norms” and how society affects the stereotypes we have when it comes to gender He describes that gender identity is a process in which people will shape their identity by what their experiences are. I definitely agree with Devor in believing that society shapes how individuals understand gender. Luckily, American society has grown to see that females are not necessarily the subordinate sex within relationships. Women are now being seen as the head of companies and the bigger bread winner within the family, while males have taken the role of the stay-at-home Dad proving they are just as good at taking care of children.
From Fly- Girls To Bitches and Hoes By: Joan Morgan Joan Morgan is a music writer and a fan of hip hop who also loves rap. She believes that the lyrics are so angry about topics like substance abuse, alcoholism, and especially women. The sexism in rap music explain the struggle with intimate relationships with black men.

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