Analysis Of On Date Rape

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Analysis “On Date Rape”
According to the article in the first paragraph, the writer is confused when she says that dating is the recent phenomena in the history. When the readers access this material, they expect to see recent years, but the writer continues and speaks of the years 1964. To be frank, that is a long time ago, and it means that dating didn’t just start recently. There are some of the weaknesses pointed out in the writing of this paragraph. The writer makes the readers believe that strict rules and locking children up can make them submissive or give up on trying out want they want to do but in reality, this isn’t the truth. Parents of today know that very well and have always tried to give their children the freedom of
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Some qualities are even inborn, and some are influenced by the outside environment and company. In most cases, the girls from low-level families when they get to colleges get into evil companies and end up engaging in irresponsible sex because of depression and their past life. The people from rich families look alike in everything. They are used to high quality and high-quality life, so when they leave their parents, they will go to their parents to find what they need.
The fourth paragraph talks about the rich girls and the writer refer to them as careless and naïve. The writer asks if someone could leave their keys in the hood when they traveled to New York City. The paragraph just talks the truth that girls should not assume things and should be a little careful especially when they are drunk. Girls cannot blind just trust another people especially those that are not their friends. Drinking is ok, but one should drink responsibly and make sure they are a good company that can protect them and not hurt them in case of anything. Girls should know that their carelessness can cause pain to some people like their parents and relatives and if they care, such behaviors should be stopped.
In the last paragraph, the writer reckons people to a call for reality. He talks about male sex and the attraction that exist between sexes which is out of control. These
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