Female Sexuality

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The female sexuality plays the very important role in both DRACULA and MAXIMUM GAGA. They both talk about the virginity and dissoluteness in female sexuality, but have different views about it. In DRACULA, only virginity is accepted; dissoluteness is completely intolerable. Stoker thinks virginity is very precious, and he want the readers know that women will be punished for being lascivious, so each female character has different ending in terms of their virginity. In MAXIMUM GAGA, Lara didn’t give an exact attitude about the virginity and dissoluteness in female sexuality; she thinks they can exist at the same time. In DRACULA, the general content is about the fighting between Dracula and humans, since Dracula tries to transform all …show more content…
Men don’t appreciate women being dissipated. They wanted to kill her to make her back to normal. Also, Lucy has the worse ending which all the guys she loved and loved her before want to kill her and Van Helsing cut off her head and filled her mouth with garlic. All of these occurred because she was not very pure and loyal when she is a human; she needs to pay for her dissoluteness.
The three sisters had already been transformed to be vampires by Dracula, and Stoker makes them as the most sexual ones. In Jonathan’s journal, “The girl went on her knees, and bent over me, simply gloating. There was a deliberate voluptuousness which was both thrilling and repulsive. (Stoker, 43)” Their ends are very miserable. They were all killed by Van Helsing. Like Lucy, they also need to pay for their dissoluteness, which supports Stoker’s view about the preciousness of virginity.
In MAXIMUM GAGA, Lara also put a lot of weight on female sexuality, virginity and dissoluteness to be specifically. Basically, the book is all about sexuality, there are sex between human and machines, orifice and all the crazy staffs. The big argument in the book is the relationship between virginity and dissoluteness in female sexuality. It’s kind of complex that women have both virginity and dissoluteness at the same time. It looks like female is very dissipated here; however, they still have an idea about virginity. We see the dissoluteness at the most parts in the book. All the descriptions
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