A news reporter strips down to her underwear before reporting on a story, much in the same way as a woman might strip down and do her hair for a runway interview. But with the addition of being a woman.
The new striping is inspired by the fact that the model in the first article was a young woman of color; a kind of reverse “Bosch” to the “T-Rex” that the strip is based on. And you can really see the influence of that fact in the new strip. There’s an added sense of sexual tension in stripping because it’s a woman doing a woman’s job while wearing her outfit. Again, the model is almost a caricature of a female reporter.
This strip is also really telling, because in real life the only women that are used for this type of work are the women doing the strip. Theres a sense of female empowerment in the fact that a woman can make a woman feel powerful in a way that is not otherwise possible. But its a shame that there are so few women in the business to pull this off.
So basically theres a whole strip about the world being a girl and the fact that a woman is a product of society. I feel like that really gets to the root of the issue in that it’s not just the clothes that are problematic, its the way they’re presented as though they’re a part of the female body. The woman is not representing the idea of a woman, but a product of society.
If you want to look at it from the perspective of a woman, its also a problem that most women dont dress up in high fashion at all. But then again, theres a reason they dont, because it makes them feel like theyre a part of something special. All the while we are on the brink of a huge cultural change, with the women in the industry, so many of us are still trapped in the image of the woman as a product of society.
Its something that, as a reporter, I do get to do. I get to use my body a bit as my own personal fashion accessory, and I get to use my body to say something different about the world around me each day. I don’t think people are more comfortable with that then when I wear a dress on a daily basis.
The media, it seems, has been caught in a constant cycle of “women making the media” and “women creating the media.” The way we’re being represented by the media has been changing in recent years, but still very much in flux. And the media itself is changing in the way it presents itself to our eyes. I think this is especially true in the way that TV and movies now present themselves to our eyes.
With the rise of the internet, our media is no longer our media. We have an actual place where our information is available 24/7. Instead of watching it on a TV set, you can now watch it on your computer. But even the internet is changing, and the way we interact with it is changing. With everything on the internet, we’re just a click away from finding out how our news is covered.
We’re in a phase where we are more aware of the content presented to us. We can see what people are saying on our TV, we can see what people are posting on our Facebook, and we can see what people are sharing on the internet. Now we’re just a few clicks away from seeing it all, but we’re also becoming more aware of what’s actually on our screen.
The way we interact with our news, the way we are presented with what we see on the internet, and the way we consume information are all changing. We are now more aware of what is coming our way, and we are more aware of how we are presenting it. We are becoming more aware of the type of information that we are consuming, and are more aware of the type of content that we are consuming.