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I went to the circus last Thursday and thought that it was a unique experience, but way different than how I remembered it from when I was a child. I will first start with the feminist lens, it is very obvious that the circus uses women in a way different way than they use men.
All of the women in the circus were wearing little to no clothing, and if you were close enough you could see that they were also full of make-up. The women also did very odd things such as climb up and do tricks on a bar or hold themselves on a drape, or even hang from a moving motorcycle.
There was also a woman that was extremely flexible and contorted her body in many odd ways. I think that the circus objectifies women. This is sort of scary because many of the viewers of circuses are children who are learning, and this is what we are showing them.
Sure, it is cool that they have different talents that many of us do not have, but I think that there should be men that are recruited for these positions also.
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When I did see men in the circus they were wild beast tamers, like the lion master, he was made as manly and as crazy as possible by running around without a shirt to crazy rock music, and having wild hair.
He was yelling and all of this was to help make him manlier. The other men were the elephant trainers, the motorcycle drivers, the jugglers, and the dog people. I think that the circus needs to work more on intermixing the two to help our youth understand that both are okay.
While waiting for the circus to begin, I noticed some social tensions between the viewers there. Every time I go to some event at the arena I notice that there is a wide variety of social classes that are there.
In some ways this is awkward because it is way different than what I am used to. There are very wealthy people all the way down to noticeably poor people.
I am not complaining that there were both extremes there but it makes for a tense wait. This made it very tense and I know that there were probably more examples of this throughout the circus. The Marxist lens could be used not only looking at the people attending the circus but the people in the circus too.
The circus tries to make the women and men look very wealthy with very extravagant dresses and beads, the men were also in suits and nice clothing. I think the only time that I saw a person not look nice was the lion tamer.
The circus is a work of art in itself, and should be analyzed thoroughly.
If you look at this movie with a Marxist lens you will see that Cinderella is a low class citizen, her stepmother and stepsisters are middle class, and the prince, king, and queen are high class. She sleeps in a cold place with mice and cobwebs while the rest of her family sleeps in warm, beautiful rooms.
Because the stepmother and stepsisters are portrayed as middle class they have more freedom and can do whatever they please, unlike Cinderella who must serve and clean constantly. It is a good lesson for children also. When she is in rags and the Prince sees her he pays her no attention.
When she is in a beautiful gown, looking gorgeous, he notices her from across the room and does anything he can to find her. If you look at this movie with a Feminist lens you will see that men treat women as objects based on their sexual appearance.
If they are pretty, like Cinderella was at the ball, they are treated with respect and kindness because they are desired. If they are unattractive or poor, like Cinderella was in her everyday life, they are treated with disrespect and somewhat ignored because they are not desired. However, he wants to find the beautiful girl he met at the ball.
It seems like women try to fit in just so they can find a man.Oh fabulous, Ella, Barb, Pat, Ginger, and the one and only Joan P, I agree, there is so much more here than I thought, and I welcome one and all, one thing for sure, we will get a lot out of this one.
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