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Directly after addressing this demotic and detrimental default in society, they ludicrously introduce on stage, to advocate their ‘girl effect’ movement, an active promoter of all that is not propriety. Talk about ‘women’s logic’. Jennifer Lopez, aside from her frivolous accomplishments, Jenny from the block, influences girls to mirror her outré deportment; thus allowing men to demean women.
Girls, we should not point fingers at those who are ‘judgemental’, and impose ideologies that suit the likes of us, because that in itself is judgemental. One only has control of themselves, to change their own perception, and to protect themselves in the conditions they live in. To put in simple terms, each of us is responsible for our self. We would be ignorant to earnestly believe we can conduct ourselves, in the way we act and dress, a certain way, and still expect to be treated another way. A wise man once said “…That would be like me, Dave Chappelle the comedian, walking around the streets dressed in a cop’s uniform.” And when a stranger seeks help from the law-abiding officer he seems to be, Dave says “Just because I am dressed this way, does not make me a police officer.”