These different videos and examples of sexuality can be seen as "popular culture screens as mirrors"(Ladies and Gentlemen L.J). Sometimes we need to look at what the media is portraying to make us realize that all this fighting women have been doing for decades to gain equal rights does not change the idea of the gender identity of women. We subject and use our bodies to gain what we want and know that the stereotype of men doing anything for a women for her body is seen all over the media. These powerful women in the music industry are suppose to be role models to young girls around the world. But what are they teaching them? That their bodies are what sell? A scene in Mean Girls perfectly shows the idea of the media affecting young girls. Regina George's sister is seen twice emulating what she sees on TV. She pretends to be on Girls Gone Wild and then she is seen dancing very provocatively to a music video. Women, know matter what excuses they say, use their bodies to get what they want. You may disagree but I am a women and know that sexuality works to my benefit. I know this because it see it all over popular culture.
The reality of the situation is, women use their bodies to gain the respect and equality that they want. First wave feminist would role over in their graves if they knew what women were doing today. A popular slang phrase in society is "use what yo mama gave you". So if that means shaking our asses and dressing in slutty clothes to sell records or get that promotion or a free drink at the bar, women are going to do it.