The Story of My Body and From Fly-Girls

1133 WordsJan 26, 20185 Pages
In the article “The Story of My Body” by Judith Ortiz Cofer, and the writing “From Fly-Girls to Bitches and Hos” by Joan Morgan, both writings report about women are discriminated by different social perspectives. In “The Story of My Body”, Cofer points out us her personal narrative story about how the multiple cultural genders affect her as an individual person. In her writing, she divides her work into separate titles: SKIN, COLOR, and SIZE, LOOKS which are four supporting points about her article. In, “From Fly-Girls to Bitches and Hos”, Morgan explains how black folk views of the hip-hop music which can release their pain and express themselves. Also, Morgan mentions that hip-hop music has some negative impacts on the black community. Although Morgan using lots of strong vocabularies and evidences develop the article, Morgan’s tone tends to more hip-hop style than academic which is hard to understand the idea of her piece of writing. In Cofer’s view is conveying us to understand the message which is to be the person who has optimistic and positive attitude no matter what body color he/she has. These two writings both are effectively persuading the reader how women are treated by society, but Morgan’s tone tends to more hip-hop style than academic, compare with Cofer’s writing is more clarified and organized by supporting her narrative experience. In “From Fly-Girls to Bitches and Hos”, Morgan’s piece of writing using lots of the strong words to describe
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