On the other hand, Susan Bordo’s Hunger as Ideology questions food insecurity in a different light; she viewed this food issue in relation to the gender. The excerpt, Hunger as Ideology by Susan Bordo reveals her great effort to educate, describe, and uncover past and present eating habits. How does this connect to the argument Bordo is making about women in advertising? To the Men in the Room: Does this matter to you?.
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Introducing Susan Bordo’s Hunger as Ideology Paper
Women should have equal rights to food, and more importantly have the right to enjoy eating. These ideas allow these highly influence-able girls to believe that they should do whatever society perceives necessary in order to meet these high and very unrealistic expectations, going idelogy far as starving themselves, binging in private, and practicing dangerous and sometimes deadly eating disorders.
What did you think about the excerpt? What do you think about this topic and these ideas in general?
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