The taxonomy suggested by Harris and Clayton (2002: 408-410) consisted of eight main discursive themes: the 'Invisibility' of Female Athletes, Emphasizing Traditional Male Traits, Communicating Pain, Anguish and Sacrifice in Sport, Creating Heroes and National Identities, Coverage of Women in 'Appropriate' Sporting Roles, Non-Task Relevant Commentary, Trivialization of Female Accomplishments in Sport, Eroticizing
of the Female Body.
Some subjects explores are advertizing and eroticizing
women swimmers, beauty advice for the Canadian 'modern girl' of the 1920s, protecting gender norms at the local movie theater in the 1920s-30s, African American beauty culture in the American West, and the Argentine 'modern girl' and national identity.
Women: Philip Kaufman's Henry and June.
Accordingly, the album's artwork is steeped in Nabokovian imagery (heart-shaped glasses, lollipops, and lots of pink), and, while eroticizing
the schoolgirl figure is hardly new--Britney "I'm Not That Innocent" Spears made a career of it--it's the lyricist in Katy Perry that can be lethal.
of roles provides the characters with motivation to fulfill those roles, even when those roles require them to relinquish power or submit to humiliation.
The pantomimist featured in Khalil's photographs is a mischievous and charming young man, successful in eroticizing
the otherwise asexual nature of pantomime.
Another chapter focuses on racism, particularly the imaging of the devil as black, complete with eroticizing
and dangerous overtones (ancient Egyptians loathed Ethiopians), and the prejudice imposed upon Ethiopian monks.
Presley was unknown territory to them, and they nearly fumbled the whole bad boy connection--one that had already emerged via Presley, Brando, James Dean, and even the Beats--that would help put their product on nearly every pair of hips in the Western world (and on plenty of hips everywhere else too).
Just sets his vulnerable antihero on a collision course with an equally archetypal opposite--an ageless, expressionless Apollo (in Greek mythology, the god of light)--and charges their union with homoerotic tension, thus eroticizing
the idea of loss as he builds to a spectacular finale in the form of a glittering fireworks display over New York.
This kind of analysis, which is just as often articulated by women as by men, follows another long tradition in art criticism of attributing stereotypical female values to the work of women painters and eroticizing
their subjects, regardless of how the painters intended the work to be read.
This instrument is designed to measure one's degree of confidence in the following areas of condom use: multifaceted risk avoidance, condom placement, persuasion, eroticizing
condoms, and persuasion under the influence of alcohol or another substance.
3) The eroticizing
of death is a further testimony to the failure of eighteenth-century rationalism to tackle successfully the problem of death and render it truly a thing of indifference.